How does the Soviet educational system combat Christian truth? A British clergyman-author surveys the Communist strategy to control the minds of youth (see the opposite page).
This issue, devoted to the area of education, outlines a vigorous program designed to confront contemporary pressures upon the Christian colleges (page 8).
Private boarding and day school suffer from an image that associates them either with well-do-to parents or with spoiled children. The survey of the independent school movement (page 11) not only dispels this notion but shows that many such institutions undergird the curriculum with Christian principles and spiritual concern.
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