There are no shortages of antidotal stories that demonstrate the impact CCE is having in the lives of students in K-12 and beyond. A few years ago a highly publicized study, Good Soil: A Comparative View, showcased impressive results. We discussed this study at length two years ago on BCL episode 145. But just this summer, Brad Doplloff, as part of a PhD program with the support of the folks at the Barna Group, set out to measure the ingredients that enable CCE graduates to go the distance in their lives and faith. Brad’s insights continue to illuminate the unique, proven, and measurable impact CCE is having on the next generation.
Prior to accepting the position as Headmaster of School of the Ozarks, Mr. Brad Dolloff served as the Branson Junior High Assistant Principal and Athletic Director since 2003. His experience in secondary education spans more than three decades and includes administration, coaching, and teaching mathematics. Additionally, he has proven himself to be community-minded through his participation in numerous community service initiatives.
Mr. Dolloff’s educational background includes a Specialist in Education (Educational Administration) certificate from Missouri State University in 2011, an Administrative Certification (M.A. in school leadership program) from Baker University in 2002, Master of Science in education from Southwest Missouri State University in 1993, and a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics teaching from Bethany College in 1986.