Is School Accredition Good or Bad? Part 1
Why would Christian schools seek to emulate the public school failure by seeking accreditation or certification? Usually, they don’t. It is forced upon them by the state, and the state is pushed by the fanatics of the National Educators Association. Christian School officials should resist the attempt to control their schools through any kind of licensure or accreditation.
Is School Accredition Good or Bad? Part 2
It is very audacious of public school officials (or legislators) to force control upon our schools, and it is about control. It is not about quality of education; after all, most public schools are “mini-nuthouses where kids graduate with a “counterfeit diploma” according to U.S. News and World Report.
I Support Publik EduKation!
I would never put my children in a public school even one with a Christian principal and Christian teachers. We get one chance to educate our children and the public schools are not the place.
Should Christian Schools be Accredited?
Accreditation, certification, licensing, and commissioning relating to Christian education are all related to the basic issue: Does the government, state or federal, have the authority to control a ministry? And make no mistake, it is all about control. It has little to do with quality education.