Wednesday, November 15, 2017

How churches are preparing for a mass shooting

Many trustees see faculty as barrier to change
Inside Higher Ed: College and university trustees widely agree that the public's perception of higher education has been eroding and that higher education's business model needs to change -- but many see significant barriers to putting changes in place.
Inside Higher Ed: The administrator as change agent

The need for cross-sector collaboration
Stanford Social Innovation Review: With the rise in complex, interdependent and emergent challenges, effective change to secure a brighter future will require transformative, collaborative leaders who can effectively lead cross-sector collaborations.

Could it happen here? How churches are preparing for a mass shooting
Religion News Service: A church security training ministry has been so overwhelmed with requests for training about how to stop an armed, violent intruder that one Boston church will have to wait a year for its session.

Roy Moore and the moral mirror of hatred
The Week: Many Americans have expressed shock and dismay at the news that a public figure who presented himself as a model and guardian of Christian morality could have violated those morals in such a profound way. But it must be said: These allegations should sadden everyone but surprise no one.
Bloomberg: Roy Moore seeks refuge among his evangelical Christian supporters

Barbie heads into new ground with hijab-sporting doll
NPR: Mattel unveiled its first hijab-wearing Barbie doll on Monday, modeled after fencer Ibtihaj Muhammed, who has broken ground herself as the first U.S. Olympic athlete to compete in the head scarf.

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