The Journal of Adventist Education

(February 1939– ; bimonthly, October through June; GC Department of Education, printed by Southwestern Color Graphics; 1993 basic circulation, 7,400; file in the department library). A professional educational journal published primarily for teachers and other educational personnel in the Seventh-day Adventist school system worldwide. It contains general articles on educational philosophy and practice, and specialized articles written specifically for teachers of all levels. It is a member of the Educational Press Association of America. Editors: W. Homer Teesdale, 1939–1946; Keld J. Reynolds, 1947–1955; Richard Hammill, 1955–1963; T. S. Geraty, 1963–1970; Garland J. Millet, 1970–1978; Victor S. Griffiths, 1978–1990; Beverly J. Rumble, 1991– . Journal of the Adventist Theol...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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