They all went after the farmer’s wife, Who cut off their tails with a carving [...]
When do you really know what something is?” When your philosophy teacher asks this, your [...]
In the Winter 2018 issue of The Classical Teacher, I wrote about the notion of [...]
Spelling is the meticulous twin sister of Reading. Reading may receive all the adulation, but [...]
I recently conducted a webinar for administrators of classical schools, in which the guidelines for [...]
If you were to ask most classical educators what classical education is, you would find [...]
The most basic thing we can ask about anything is “What is it?” Young children [...]
With the rise in popularity of classical education, more and more parents are considering adding [...]
In 79 A.D., the catastrophic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in eastern Italy covered nearby towns [...]
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