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Parental Involvement in Choice and Charter Schools: Dealing with a Paradigm Shift
God has given parents the primary role in the religious education of their children. The church’s role has always been secondary as a supporting partner. In recent years cities like Milwaukee, Wisconsin have started voucher ...
An In-Depth Look at the Feasibility of Using Authentic Assessment in Catechism Instruction
“Authentic assessment” basically is assessment that measures accomplishments that are either in the real world or are directly tied to it. The following essay will explore what it means to have assessments that measure ...
Intergenerational Education in the Church: Parental Benefits of Learning alongside Children
The majority of Christian churches structure their Christian education opportunities by dividing groups according to age—Sunday School consists of different classrooms according to grade while a different Bible class is ...