The literature on minority and indigenous children reports that those who move from one geographic location to another, whether as immigrants, migrants, or refugees, often struggle in school, if they have access to education at all.
Can anything be done to improve the interaction between medical professionals and patients? What role might schools have in teaching children how to communicate with those who provide medical care?
It is all too easy for the current of secular society to buffet a school, tug at its moorings, and dilute its unique mission and identity. Peer pressure can affect institutions as well as individuals.
Adventist colleges and universities feel great pressure to attract more students in the ever-increasingly competitive environment of higher education.
Pythagoras’s experience is a testament to how mathematics can transcend otherwise competing worldviews.