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Police Restraint and Attack Dogs

Have you ever felt like you’ve been snowed under? I had a moment like that this summer. For years I have used the famous Civil Rights movement photograph taken by Bill Hudson and used it as a teaching point. This picture, I said, showed how the Birmingham police fell into a trap set by those ...

Support for Our Schools

"Physical support for our schools requires more than money; it also demands personal involvement and a great deal of time. Men and women who have a love for their school will spend countless hours working on the school's behalf. Much of this work is done quietly and often goes without notice. Rarely do the men who donate ...

Daily Devotional

THE HEART OF THE MATTER – February 21

To enter a house whose doors and windows are locked requires a key. To get an audience with a high govern-mental official demands documents of identification. And in this day of terrorism, you may even have to be searched to see whether you carry dangerous weapons. How much more are there severe requirements to come before the holy God and to be a guest in His house! Wisely does the ...

AN ONLY POSSIBLE ANSWER – February 20

In reading and studying Scripture one must always take careful note of the words which God uses in the passage. Scripture is His word, and we miss the message in the measure that we slide over any of the words which He uses. In that important question in Psalm 15:1, "Lord, who shall abide in Thy tabernacle? Who shall dwell in Thy holy hill?" we could easily slide over that ...

A TREMENDOUSLY IMPORTANT QUESTION – February 19

From the days of our early childhood we learned by asking questions. But the answer had to be correct or we were deceived, and instead of being instructed we were misled. The question had therefore to be asked of one who had the correct answer, and could be trusted. And a most important question is the one we find in Psalm 15:1, namely, "0 Lord, who shall abide in Thy ...

 

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Teacher Training Committee Survey  – First Results

The Protestant Reformed Teachers Training Committee thanks the teachers for their overwhelming response to our survey. Below are the first results of the demographics and educational backgrounds of our teachers. Over the next few months, we will post additional survey results to this site on your perceptions of the value of a structured mentoring program and what additional teaching courses and resources would be most beneficial in the education of our covenant children.

We hope you will keep coming back to this website for the results of subcommittee analysis.


Prospective Teachers

Prospective teachers can now visit the teaching positions tab to find out what positions in our members schools are available. We encourage all prospective teachers to apply and interview at each of our schools. It is our prayer that the Lord directs and guides you in your decisions about your future. We are thankful for you and ask for God’s blessings for you during this process. Schools can express their intent to offer you a contract starting on Feb. 21 and can actually give you that contract on or after April 1.


Call for Website Contributors

Our new website will only remain relevant with fresh, new material. Although we believe the site has a good foundation, it will soon flounder and go back to being irrelevant if we don’t put up new materials each week. If you encounter a book you can review, a hot topic you’d like to comment or reflect on, an article online that may be of interest to others, we would appreciate your sharing and helping us out. You can contact our Website Director, Mike Vander Veen via email to share your idea or materials or to learn how you can help.


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Support for Our Schools. Click on the link below to go to the t.co/Bn7qWwrIrz blog with a great reminder. t.co/VwuvMX2Nb6

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As we approach a new school year…a new blog post. t.co/jg8coeqZh7

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Have you ever wondered what goes on in a multi-grade classroom and how they work? t.co/Rlp1cT6Qxe

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Registration for the History & Principles of Reformed Education course offered this winter is now open. More info a… t.co/TbfJSg6h4Y

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Registration for the History & Principles of Reformed Education course offered this winter is now open. More info at t.co/fI4gYqGaER

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Three new speeches on education from a 2004 Officebearer's Conference in Randolph, WI. t.co/kaTvJ61uE5

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The newest copy of the Hope Highlights has been added to newsletters portion of t.co/Jk4N9Mjarc t.co/T9XbKzdU9D

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2016 PR Scholarship Essay Competition info is now available on the t.co/Bn7qWwrIrz site. t.co/ZIhtWlFx8H

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Posted today on the t.co/Jk4N9Mjarc blog: Mindset. t.co/LAEEOZfSS4

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The @PRSSFederation website has new teacher openings posted at t.co/jsZNV6iwSR

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This winter, the Federation will again be offering the History and Principles of Reformed Education course. How would teachers, Board members, or anyone benefit from this course? Read this letter of recommendation to find out. Then go to www.prcs.org to register for the course. ...

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