Strengthening Adventist Education in the North American Division: Recommendations for Educators
Seventh-day Adventist education, Recommendations
"Clearly, there are a number of issues that need to be addressed by educators, pastors, and conference and union officers in order to strengthen NAD Adventist K-12 education. The list is daunting and the task monumental, but we find the al-ternative—the continued decline of enrollment—unacceptable. The strong approval of the NADET recommendations at the Year-end Meetings as well as the administrative support given to the SAE study provided an excellent first step in effecting change in the educational system, but it will take a commitment and investment from all stakeholders in Adventist education to ensure continued progress. These recommendations call for teachers and pastors to invest extra effort to collaborate as a ministry team, and for leadership at the division, union, and conference levels to make necessary changes in the system to more fully support Adventist schools. A number of areas are begging for attention—distance learning, marketing, finances, and leadership development—each of which must be addressed in order for our educational system to thrive."
Journal of Adventist Education
Teaching, Learning and Curriculum
Thayer, Jerome; Coria-Navia, Anneris; Leukert, Aimee; Kido, Elissa; and Blackmer, Larry, "Strengthening Adventist Education in the North American Division: Recommendations for Educators" (2017). Faculty Publications. 748.