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    Adventist Education Today: North American Division Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article from the 1985 General Conference issue of JAE reports on Adventist education in the North American Division, 1980-1985.

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    Challenging the Gifted Student Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article focuses on how honors programs at Adventist colleges and universities challenge brilliant students to excellence. It addresses the importance of honors education, what honors students are like, and what they accomplish.

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    God's Second Book: Adventist Education and the Sciences Tertiary-Lifelong
    Gary Land charts the historical development of science education within Adventist higher education. The article begins at Battle Creek College where the first science curriculum included classes such as physiology, natural philosophy, botany, chemistry, geology,...

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    Inviting a Spiritual Dialogue - A Loma Linda University Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Our students need to be sensitized to potential pitfalls and taught how to connect with people from all walks of life in a way that ensures that each patient always feels respected and honored."

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    The Healing Arts Tertiary-Lifelong
    Loma Linda University President Hart quotes an ancient Chinese proverb which says "Go to the people, live among them, learn from them, love them" in referring to the commitment Adventist health care must maintain. Hart shares three areas of concern...