A Jesuit Education Reader
George W. Traub
Loyola Press, 2008 - Religion - 432 pages
A Jesuit Education Reader is a collection of the finest short essays on the mission, challenge, and state of Jesuit education. The thirty-five offerings are conveniently organized by theme. George W. Traub, SJ, provides an introduction, suggested further readings, and a short glossary of key terms and concepts for each section. These valuable and often hard-to-find articles bear witness to the strength and vitality of Jesuit education in the past and present, while looking ahead to the vast potential this form of education holds.
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How the First Jesuits Became Involved in Education
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