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Sherry Rusher Wins 2023 IBSC Action Research Award

First and foremost a teacher, Sherry Rusher spent 10 years teaching Spanish at Castilleja School, an all-girls school in Palo Alto, California, before she moved to Washington, DC, in 1989 to teach boys at St. Albans School (United States)—and never looked back. It didn’t take long at St. Albans for her to realize that her trepidation about a boys’ school was unfounded. In fact, she discovered that boys’ schools offer boys the opportunity to be more—not less—vulnerable. In their best versions, boys’ schools permit open dialogue about what it means to be a good man, a good person. 

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