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From a Principal’s Desk…

Accrediting of Christian schools by non-Christian accrediting agencies sometimes creates a problem. Occasionally a school board will ask whether it is worthwhile. I know of one school that dropped accreditation during the depression years. Crowded enrollments in the future will again raise the question of the cost to maintain accreditation. Educational standards that concern the qualifications of […]

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From a Principal’s Desk…

Among the problems of a school administrator is the one pertaining to the choice of subjects to be taught. This choice is not his sale responsibility. Students, parents, alumni, school boards, higher institutions of learning, accrediting associations, and learned professors are generally ready to help him solve this problem. This assistance, welcome and indispensable as it […]

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From a Principal’s Desk…

The previous article in the January issue discussed the fact that our Christian school graduates were not as enthusiastic about implementing the Reformed Faith as we would like them to be. It was also hinted that scholastically we might also wish for some improvement. As educators we have a responsibility to evaluate these criticisms. We learn […]

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From a Principal’s Desk…

For a long time public schools were as idols in our nation. Today American educators are howling under the criticism this sancrosanct institution is receiving. But, are we beginning to idolize our Christian schools too?                   Under God’s grace they are something in which we may take pride. Yet […]

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From a Principal’s Desk

Congratulations to the Midwest! If all goes according to schedule, the Midwest Christian Junior College will open its doors this September without a mortgage. Supporters of Christian education rejoice with the Midwest in this step forward. The junior college development in America has been very gradual. The junior high school movement has come to its own […]

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From a Principal’s Desk

The school principal is in a unique and strategic position in the field of education. Education “busses” all around him. He sees and feels the rapid pulse-beat of modern education from practically every angle. Students, teachers, parents all confront him with the day-by-day, actual problems of school life. Board, faculty, promotional organizations press upon him the responsibilities […]

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