Dr. Randy White The American Educational-Industrial System called Public Schools is so broken it almost cannot be fixed. But, if someone were to try reforming education, here is the route that should be taken. First, I should note that the problem may not be seen in individual teachers, school administrators, or even school districts. The
By Hannah Graves, JNDA Teacher If you’ve listened to the media or political buzz in the recent years, it’s no doubt that you’ve heard about the notorious Common Core State Standards Initiative. Met with both praise and great disdain, these federal education standards were originally adopted (both partially and as a whole) by forty-seven out
We realize that students have a variety of needs and that some students only need one course. We do offer a single course option. A student may take up to three single courses per semester in the single-course plan. Why use the single course option? Here are some reasons you might choose the single course
Dr. Randy White, Superintendent, John Nelson Darby Academy The Public School monopoly, which is tightly controlled by the educational establishment composed of teachers’ unions, textbook sellers (the world’s best exploitation industry), and the educational academia (which is largely atheist, socialist, and totally influenced by Deweyism), is constantly telling legislators and the public that more money is
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In a world of so many translations of the Scripture, many younger families may wonder why the John Nelson Darby Academy has chosen to use the King James Version exclusively. After all, wouldn’t it be better to select a version that the children can understand? First, we should state that the understanding of Scripture is our
If you are new to the idea of online education, you may wonder, “Does online education work?” Old Paradigms Under the system of education that most of us grew up with, our school started promptly with a bell ring and ended just as promptly with the afternoon bell. In between bells, we sat dutifully at
The John Nelson Darby Academy is accepting applications for its inaugural school year! The 2017/18 class schedule begins September 6, 2017. Open enrollment for children grades 3-12 has begun. Is there a need for another private school? At the John Darby Academy, we are concerned that private Christian education has one of two foundational problems.