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    Educational trends in America from 1830-1870 influencing the formation of the Seventh-day Adventist educational system Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Seventh-day Adventists have a present-day educational program that encircles the globe. Beginning in 1872 with one college, a staff of three teachers, and ninety students, they have, eighty years later (1952) 3,854 elementary schools; 310 secondary and advanced...

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    Global Trends in Adventist Education Preschool-Tertiary
    Consider global trends in Adventist education in this report to Adventist university/college presidents and division education directors. It presents current statistics of the global educational system; acknowledges the leading voice that set the conceptual...

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    How Do We Maintain New Practices in Staff Development? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article from the special JAE issue about staff development asks why so many 'trends' in education fall by the wayside after introduction. The most successful training programs have four elements: 1) presenting the theory or content of the practice; 2)...

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: CIRCLE--A Resource for You!; Art Contests; U.S. College Enrollment; Percentage of Teen and Young Adults in College Rises;...

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    The Future of Education - Are We Ready? Grade 9-Tertiary
    Alcock notes that the current educational system was designed during the industrial revolution, when students needed preparation for working in factories. A new model is needed that will “meet the different needs of contemporary learners as well as the...