Before we drove home from the Memoria Press Sodalitas Gathering this past summer, a family [...]
The highest end of true education is capable, compassionate service to others. When our children [...]
In some circles the word “curriculum” is anathema. It is far better, this thinking asserts, [...]
Years ago my curly-headed, blue-eyed little boy toddled downstairs one morning in footed pajamas. He [...]
One evening my son came to me beaming: “Mom, you have to read this!” Earlier [...]
Spelling is the meticulous twin sister of Reading. Reading may receive all the adulation, but [...]
Training the Memory with a Classical Education In the Dickens novel Great Expectations, Estella admits, [...]
A classical education curriculum can often be adapted for use with students who have learning [...]
One hot Missouri June when my children were very young, we decorated our front porch [...]
What is the hardest thing about the different challenges you face in your life? The [...]
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