More than 5 million page views — up from 4 million last year — helped make 2015 the best year ever for Bryan on Scouting. These were the 15 most-read posts.
In a groundbreaking 2.5-year study, Dr. Richard M. Lerner and his team at Tufts University figured out whether Scouting does, indeed, build character.
The Boy Scouts of America’s National Executive Board ratified a resolution that removes the national restriction on openly gay adult leaders and employees.
National President Dr. Robert M. Gates encouraged the Scouting family to reflect in the days and months ahead on the challenges facing the BSA.
The BSA today named Michael Surbaugh its 13th Chief Scout Executive. He'll serve as the BSA’s top professional during an exciting time for Scouting.
The 2015 Guide to Advancement, your official source for administering advancement in all Boy Scouts of America programs, is now available.
BSA has acquired Scoutbook, the web app that makes tracking advancement easier — so you can get back to enjoying those life-changing Scouting experiences.
The BSA tool-use guidelines document how old Scouts should be to use certain hand tools and power tools at service projects (including Eagle projects).
The three-volume Program Features for Troops, Teams and Crews is your youth leaders' go-to resource for planning a fun and engaging program.
375 posts. 14,000 comments. 4 million page views. 2014 was a great year for Scouting, and — thanks to loyal readers like you — for Bryan on Scouting.