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The education of our children is vital to their continued success into adulthood. But as of late, things look grim: America’s public education system lags far behind other developed nations, test scores continue to drop, and the cost of higher education continues to climb, putting a college degree out of reach for many. Christians have long worked to provide high quality education with an emphasis on Christian doctrine for their children, but more and more are uniting with their neighbors to bring reform to struggling public schools.

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    We would be deluding ourselves if we thought that evangelical thinking in our day has progressed very far.
  • The New School Choice Agenda The New School Choice Agenda
    Why Christians in Richmond, Virginia, and elsewhere are choosing to send their children to struggling public schools.
  • Subscriber Access OnlyEducation Is in Our DNA
    We should support every effort to upgrade our failing schools.
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    The changes in the staff handbook, which say that teachers at Catholic high schools cannot challenge church teachings, including against homosexuality, have caused a backlash. (The New York Times)
  • In wake of Ferguson, Dane County's black churches seek more involvement : Wsj
    The clergy group did not shy away from Brown’s role as the suspect in a theft, instead acknowledging problems with crime that face black communities and using it as an opportunity to push its main message that more black parents and guardians should raise their children with the added support of the church.

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