The True Value of Education: An Interview with Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr.

Education is a vital component for life. We learn in Luke 2:52 that Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, clearly demonstrating that the Master Teacher set the ultimate example. But what we put in our minds is just as important as how much. When we place proper value on the souls of our children, we should understand that … Read more…

Not a Little Red School House Anymore

By Kenneth Thomas  [Any time an individual begins to compare the past and the present, there is the limitation of having to look at a limited personal experience (his own) or do research over a broader area of experience by others. Obviously what I write here is limited to personal experience and observation.]  Standards:  School was … Read more…

From the Inside…

By Dale Hoggat  I am a part of America’s public schools. Teaching for almost a quarter of a century provides insight to the changes that have taken place…and times have certainly changed.  We face tremendous challenges of generational poverty: methamphetamine production, under-age pregnancy, high school dropouts, and adult illiteracy. Violence, addiction to gambling and cheap drugs, and wrecked … Read more…

Textbook Bias: Evolution in Schools and What You Can Do About it!

 By Bob Staples Currently in this country an effort is underway to improve science education. This entails a comprehensive rewrite of the curriculum from kindergarten to twelve grade of high school. Twenty-six states are involved in this effort and will use their guide a final document to come out this March. Textbook publishers and other resources will be heavily … Read more…