Thursday, February 25, 2010

Small in number, high in engagement

This is an excerpt of a description of a C-stage cluster in the Central region.  Though their numbers are small, the friends’ enthusiastic involvement in the institute process has more than made up the difference.
This is a small cluster of dedicated and supportive souls.  I believe most of the teaching has been taking place on the university campus.  When looking at the human resources statistics in this cluster, 50% have completed the sequence, and 66% are engaged in teaching activities.  So although the numbers are small, the percentages are high, and comparable with other clusters that have 4 or 5 times as many believers.

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