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Telling The Next Generation

Telling The Next Generation

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£48.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819153081
Number of Pages: 332
Published: 25/05/1986
Width: 14.6 cm
Height: 23 cm
Co-published with the Institute for Christian Studies.

Harro W. Van Brummelen

Harro W. Van Brummelen is Education Coordinator for the Society of Christian Schools in British Columbia.

Van Brummelen's history ought to be widely read: by the Calvinist to help understand where the Christian school movement has been pedagogically and curricularly in its often conflicting efforts at integrating faith and learning; by other Christians whomay have turned to nonpublic schooling out of displeasure with public education, who could learn from the mistakes and partial achievements of the Calvinist who has been working at an alternative to public education for almost 150 years; and by any others who are interested in excellence in education... History of Education Quarterly Van Brummelen makes keen and fair analyses. Highly recommended. The Banner Over the past hundred years, Dutch Calvinists in the U.S. and Canada have tried remarkably hard to build a comprehensive, distinctively Christian school system. Telling the Next Generation now becomes the standard account of that effort on the elementary and secondary levels. Its range is broad,...and its grasp is sure...The book is timely... The Reformed Journal Over the past hundred years, Dutch Calvinists in the U.S. and Canada have tried remarkably hard to build a comprehensive, distinctively Christian school system. Telling the Next Generation now becomes the standard account of that effort on the elementary and secondary levels. Its range is broad,...and its grasp is sure...The book is timely... The Reformed Journal Van Brummelen's history ought to be widely read: by the Calvinist to help understand where the Christian school movement has been pedagogically and curricularly in its often conflicting efforts at integrating faith and learning; by other Christians who may have turned to nonpublic schooling out of displeasure with public education, who could learn from the mistakes and partial achievements of the Calvinist who has been working at an alternative to public education for almost 150 years; and by any others who are interested in excellence in education... History of Education Quarterly Van Brummelen makes keen and fair analyses. Highly recommended. The Banner

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