Seventh-day Adventist education
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It has a total of 7,598 educational institutions operating in over 100 countries around the world with over 1.5 million students world-wide.
- "Mental, physical, social, and spiritual health, intellectual growth, and service to humanity form a core of values that are essential aspects of the Adventist education philosophy."
The Journal of Adventist Education (JAE) is published.
Education by level
The Adventist Church, usually through Union level administrative units, operates a wide range of post secondary educational institutions in every region of the world that include: -Language Schools -Worker training institutes (ministers, teachers, Bible workers) -Junior Colleges (2 year programs) -Four Year Liberal Arts Colleges -Full Universities offering up to Doctorate -Healthcare focused schools, often associated with Adventist Hospitals -Medical Schools
Education by area
In some Asian countries, Adventist schools are referred to as "Sam Yuk" (Cantonese), "Samyuk" (Korean), "San iku" (Japanese), or similar, meaning literally "three-bodied". This refers to a holistic education involving the three components of mind, body and spirit/soul. Contemporary approaches commonly include a fourth component, social.
- List of Seventh-day Adventist secondary and elementary schools
- List of Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities
- List of Seventh-day Adventist hospitals
- List of Seventh-day Adventist medical schools
- List of Seventh-day Adventist secondary schools
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- General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
- Alita Byrd, "The Changing Landscape of Adventist Higher Education in North America". Spectrum 37 (Spring 2009), p37–50
- Steve Daily, "My Dream for Adventist Higher Education". Adventist Today 8 (Jan–Feb 2000), p18–19
- Seventh-day Adventist Church Depart of Education official website
- A Statement on Theological and Academic Freedom and Accountability, voted in 1987
- "For real education reform, take a cue from the Adventists" by Elissa Kido. The Christian Science Monitor, November 15, 2010