Christian Curriculum

Ginnie Graham: From Whole Language to Critical Race Theory, uninformed outrage is tiring | Chroniclers

Ebonics has been criticized by everyone from poet Maya Angelou to New York Times columnists, and the advice has backed down. Today, the dialect is referred to as African American Vernacular English, and a person moving between two varieties of language is known as a code change. Culturally, it is …

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Why Young Saudis Can Reshape the Muslim World

Like the proverbial hand that cradles the cradle, textbooks still have a great influence on a country’s next generation, despite the growing power of social media. And perhaps no country has made such a rapid change in its textbooks in recent years as Saudi Arabia, the center of the Islamic …

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One-of-a-kind program at Archdiocesan school transforms children’s vision – Catholic Philly

By Gina Christian • Posted on November 28, 2021 About 16 years ago, Mary’s Immaculate Heart sister Lisa Lettiere was teaching visually impaired students in Delaware – but despite her college education, there were some she just couldn’t reach, especially a teenager. , and she didn’t know why. “I went …

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Wellspring University: Advocating for innovation and entrepreneurship in the African education system

Until Africa realizes that innovation and entrepreneurship are the key to the continent’s development, we will continue to remain at the mercy of the Western world. According to 7mindsets.com, todayUniversity students are prepared for jobs that probably don’t exist. It is therefore imperative for us to create autonomous and autonomous …

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18 of 20 private schools chosen succeed with face-to-face pilot courses on November 22 – Manila Bulletin

A week after some public schools started running face-to-face pilot courses, a limited number of private schools that offer basic education also started face-to-face classes on Monday, November 22. Face-to-face pilot courses at Academica De Meridien Inc., a private school in San Antonio, Zambales (Photo by DepEd) However, only 18 …

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Parents should have the ‘last word’ in public education (survey)

Through Ryan foley, Christian Post reporter | Saturday 20 November 2021 People hold up placards at a rally against “Critical Race Theory” (CRT) taught at Loudoun County Government Center schools in Leesburg, Va. On June 12, 2021. “Are you ready to go?” take over our schools? Republican activist Patti Menders …

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Israel, British lawmakers consider recognizing Armenian genocide

Bills introduced in Israel and the UK could recognize the Armenian genocide that wiped out an estimated 3.75 million Christians in the 19th and 20th centuries, according to reports from the humanitarian organization Barnabas Fund. A bill recognizing the genocide was introduced on November 9 in the Israeli Knesset (parliament). …

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What many white Americans still don’t understand

Through Michael brown, contributor to the CP editorial | Wednesday, November 17, 2021 Unsplash / Arthur Edelmans Do you think we all have some kind of blind spot? That we are all shaped, for better or for worse, by our own education and our environment? That we sometimes see things …

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Before the Holidays, Christian Charities is planning around Sup …… | News and reports

Wheeler Mission in Indianapolis typically produces tens of thousands of Thanksgiving meals for the hungry. Their motto: “Fill the plates with food and live in the hope of Christ. This year, they might run out of the first before everyone is served. Sam Brown, a chef with Christian Social Services …

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