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.
Check out three online classes starting October 12, 2020.
- 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.
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.
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.
Four online classes begin July 13, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic ripples around the globe upending our daily lives, gain comfort from friends and colleagues at fellow IBSC member schools. Hear about the principles that have guided their transition to online learning and the platforms and tools that have made virtual classrooms possible.
Join IBSC Director of Membership Engagement Bruce Collins as he hosts conversations in the most recent episode of the IBSC Exploring Boys' Education Podcast.
Congratulations to Peter Bonds, dean of faculty and history teacher, The Blue Ridge School (United States), and James Kearney, English and drama teacher, Scotch College (Australia), for winning the 2019 IBSC Action Research Award for completing highly innovative action research projects that make a valuable contribution to the IBSC Action research community.
Both researchers produced extremely well-written, logical reports using current literature to provide for their studies, with references to the literature well-integrated to address research questions. Data They implemented sound data analysis and accurately synthesized results. These two projects achieve high standards to provide outstanding examples of rigorous teacher research.
Minna Shulman Wins 2019 IBSC Hawley-Jarvis Award