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As you characterize your own Christian Philosophy of Education, my vision deems it as a student-centered, holistic, interdisciplinary, technologically enhanced, Christ-centered approach. It is a notion of educational empowerment that instills strong character education traits, keen emphasis on Biblical tenets, and also ...

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