IBSC Living History Project

INTERNATIONAL BOYS' SCHOOLS COALITION  |  Podcast , ±27 min episodes every 5 weeks, 4 days  | 
The IBSC Living History Project highlights the history of the IBSC, the forces at play that led to the establishment of the IBSC, what boys’ schools can learn from the coalition’s history, and how such lessons remain pertinent today and continue to help us in the quest to be better educators of boys for the world they will serve.

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IBSC Living History Part Two with John Farber

In part two of the IBSC Living History Podcast, John Farber shares how the first gatherings of heads and directors of admissions in North American boys’ schools led to establishing IBSC as an advocate and proponent of single-gender schools for boys. Farber also reflects on the relational nature of IBSC and the importance of the coalition’s global reach.

IBSC Living History Part One with Rick Melvoin

In part one of the IBSC Living History Project, Rick Melvoin reflects on the establishment of IBSC, the challenges faced by boys' schools in the early years of the coalition, and the lessons boys' schools can take into the future.

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