The LDS Church has always had a keen interest in education–how, what, who, and why to teach. All of these issues were tackled by the early Church and principles were formed with varying degrees of success. Many of the formative principles have been set aside, however, in favor of modern methodology and the all-consuming role of public schools. As in so much that is “new and improved,” it is well to study the original model to determine what was intended at the outset. Often the passage of time and new add-ons that enter into the educational arena do little more than to complicate a doable, straight-forward approach to teaching. In Jack’s presentation, he addresses these issues.