Classic works of children’s literature might be greater than the Great Books. Few of us [...]
We live in the lake community where my husband spent summers as a boy. He [...]
Cheryl Swope: Andrew, you have devoted much of your adult life to classical education. Why? [...]
Written years ago on April 24, just after Michael & Michelle turned thirteen. We rose [...]
C. S. Lewis says, “the right defense against false sentiments is to inculcate just sentiments.” [...]
When I learned that this issue of The Classical Teacher would focus on fairy tales, [...]
“Michelle.” I whispered hurriedly to awaken her in the dark. “We must leave home earlier [...]
On the Feast of St. John the Evangelist in 1571, a baby boy named Johannes [...]
I received a lovely note the other day thanking me for an article Cheryl Lowe—not [...]
“Above all things one should train and exercise a child’s memory. Whether children are naturally [...]
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