IBSC openly and genuinely affirms all efforts to end racial inequity and social injustice. In the ongoing pursuit to foster diverse, global learning communities that recognize the inherent value and dignity of each person, the IBSC board of trustees officially stated our position in August 2020.
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Join educators and parents from IBSC schools around the globe to examine issues impacting boys today. The four-part series spans six months, with a keynote speaker discussing each timely topic.
Open to educators and parents at IBSC member schools, the series proves valuable to anyone teaching or raising boys of all ages.
Each session in the series includes a 45-minute, prerecorded keynote address followed by an asynchronous conversation with fellow participants and speakers on a discussion board. You have access to this content and conversation for three consecutive days. Comment on the keynote, interact with the speaker, share your own resources that may benefit others, and learn from the information global colleagues and parents contribute.
Check out three online classes starting February 8, 2021.
- Boys and Belonging: Creating Inclusive and Affirming Schools for Boys
- Single-Gender Education: A Course for Teachers New to Boys' Schools
- The Tech Solution
The Top 10 Action Research Reports for 2019-2020 - Developing Agency: Boy Voice and Choice are now available.
Join more than 600 colleagues from around the globe for the 2021 IBSC Annual Conference hosted by Viaró Global School, Barcelona, Spain, July 7 – 10, 2021. Together we'll explore the theme Connecting the Dots: Boys, Communities, and the Future. Let's rise to the challenge to combine efforts to prepare boys for lives of fulfillment in a constantly evolving world.
Congratulations to Katy Mellor, mathematics teacher at St. Stithians Boys' College (South Africa), for winning the 2020 IBSC Action Research Award for completing highly innovative action research projects that make a valuable contribution to the IBSC Action Research community.