An excellent tool for professors in education courses for the training of teachers. It should be required reading for every person who enters the teaching profession. . . . excellent for those engaged in the profession of education.
—Robert C. Mills, PhD, Professor, Educational Leadership, Central Michigan University
A handbook no teacher or prospective teacher should be without. For a comprehensive approach to teaching, you won’t find an easier to understand text. There is something here for almost everyone.
—George Gaston Jr., PhD, Associate Professor of Secondary Education
The suggestions are relevant to every class I teach. The insights into problems and pitfalls are certainly applicable to high-school teachers. The problems are beautifully described and analyzed with simple language.
—Nina Hurqitz, Social Studies Teacher, Mamoroneck (New York) Public Schools
The Seven Laws are indeed a timeless treasure of teaching with insight and wisdom. The Christian Church deserves a standard of excellence equal to any other institution in education. That standard is promoted in The Seven Laws.
—R. David New, PhD, Pastor, East Ashman Church of God, Midland, Michigan
The message of The Seven Laws is as appropriate to our educational process today as it was when they were initially written in 1884. The information is enlightening and helpful; I will be sharing this with my contemporaries in the educational field.
—Axel A. Johnson III, PhD, Director of Instructional Services Ludington (Michigan) Area Public Schools