Read another Oct. 17, 2011, column at Patheos that talks about how seminary education can be improved.
Read a May 31, 2011, article in The Jewish Week about female graduates of Jewish Theological Seminary struggling to find pulpit positions.
Read a Feb. 6, 2011, article in TIME Magazine about the growing number of baby boomers enrolling in theological schools.
The Harry Potter fan site MuggleNet.com posts a page listing university and college courses around the world based on the Harry Potter series.
The Center for Media Literacy is an educational organization that promotes media literacy.
Bhaktivedanta College, located in Belgium, is an international institution that serves the educational needs of spiritually minded students. The college is able to do this by applying Krishna conscious principles to contemporary lifestyles and by educating its students on the history and practices associated with Hinduism.
The Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies at Arizona State University and a researcher who has worked in psycholinguistics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, bilingual education, and literacy. He argues that video games work to enhance learning. He’s the author of What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy (2007), The Anti-Education […]
A 2005 article in Phi Kappa Phi by James Paul Gee, a prolific education scholar known for his studies on the value of video games for education.
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life provides a resource page on issues relating to religion and public schools, such as the evolution debate.