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The EBMI Project in Madagascar

Evidence-Based Methods of Instruction Background A widely recognized key to a nation’s or region’s development is access to quality education. Equipped with education, people become better parents, reducing infant mortality and disease, encouraging better school attendance, and being more able … Continue reading

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The Vocation of Education

A Family Story Lora and Bruce Whearty, elementary school teachers from Montana, accepted a call to serve as educational mission co-workers through the Presbyterian Church (USA) in 1992. They resigned from their jobs, sold their home and most of their … Continue reading

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“Educate a Child, Transform the World”: The International Component

Unbound: Where did the idea for the “Educate a Child, Transform the World” Campaign come from? Frank: The campaign theme came from the choice of quality education as the initial focus of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) World Mission’s critical global … Continue reading

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Celebrate the Birthday of the Minimum Wage: Send a Letter to the Editor!

The following post was originally featured on the blog of the PC(USA) Office of Public Witness. “Before those days there were no wages… But now I will not deal with the remnant of this people as in the former days, … Continue reading

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