2:7:12 (43.5) The real purpose of all universe education is to effect the better co-ordination of the isolated child of the worlds with the larger realities of his expanding experience.
5:5:13 (69.8) Limitations of intellect, curtailment of education, deprivation of culture, impoverishment of social status, even inferiority of the human standards of morality resulting from the unfortunate lack of educational, cultural, and social advantages, cannot invalidate the presence of the divine spirit in such unfortunate and humanly handicapped but believing individuals.
16:6:11 (192.7) It is the purpose of education to develop and sharpen these innate endowments of the human mind; of civilization to express them; of life experience to realize them; of religion to ennoble them; and of personality to unify them.
25:3:12 (278.3) The higher a creature’s education, the more respect he has for the knowledge, experience, and opinions of others.
37:6:2 (412.2) This training of mind and education of spirit is carried on from the worlds of human origin up through the system mansion worlds and the other spheres of progress associated with Jerusem, on the seventy socializing realms attached to Edentia, and on the four hundred and ninety spheres of spirit progress encircling Salvington.
37:6:4 (412.4) The divine plan of education provides for the intimate association of work and instruction.
37:6:6 (412.6) Intellectual acquisition is also a part of universal education.
47:10:7 (540.3) Mortal death is a technique of escape from the material life in the flesh; and the mansonia experience of progressive life through seven worlds of corrective training and cultural education represents the introduction of mortal survivors to the morontia career, the transition life which intervenes between the evolutionary material existence and the higher spirit attainment of the ascenders of time who are destined to achieve the portals of eternity.
50:5:7 (577.2) Every child is provided an opportunity to learn by doing; education is the watchword of these ages.
50:5:9 (577.4) education aspires to the attainment of meanings, and culture grasps at cosmic relationships and true values.
52:5:3 (596.1) Entirely new systems of education and government grow up to supplant the crude regimes of former times.
66:7:6 (751.1) This plan of education did not ignore thinking and feeling in the development of character; but it gave first place to manual training.
67:3:7 (756.8) education, training, and experience are factors in most of the vital decisions of all evolutionary moral creatures.