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Session based on the Plan Basico
A strong document with a strong history that has served for nearly 50 years
AGWM philosophy that encourages us, along with strong AG Doctrine
Good balance between Biblical and Ministerial
A growing presence of Latin American translators
The Plan Basico is getting old, out of step, too rigid, subjects are not relevant to today’s’ culture.
A lack of availability of textbooks, books recommended by Plan Basico are out of print.
A common language and culture
Internet, on-demand printing
Faith-in-Action Series is being developed, approved for purchase with LFTL funding
The cost of books
Government regulation and regional differences
Plan of Action
Maximize promotion of ATAL
Emphasis of spiritual formation
Renovation of curriculum, review of coursework
Explore local printing (or desktop on demand)
Promoteion among other schools
It is a curriculum guideline that unifies educational efforts internationally
The Plan sets a minimum requirement standard for Spanish-speaking countries
It has strong Biblical theology
The main body of the Plan is ministerial training with suggested textbooks
It includes higher analytical thinking matched up with practical educational planningOn-line: www.servicioad.net and www.aclame.net