Some parents and educators have the misconception that classical education is only for “smart kids.” [...]
Amidst the gushing river of popular culture, the turbulent climate of politics, media bias, and [...]
There were strange signs and ominous portents. Forget about the world burning up in a fit [...]
He was a somewhat ignoble, half-bred Greek. He grew to be a prescient general, [...]
I had five children in seven years. Hungry babies, teething toddlers, and preschoolers with vivid [...]
Too often we relegate religious instruction in our private and homeschools to a kind of [...]
It is an interesting irony that, at a time when so many Christians have abandoned [...]
When you ask a fellow teacher or homeschool parent what classical education is, you’re likely [...]
Every year, the people of ancient Athens would gather to write down the answer to [...]
Most everyone knows that George Washington resigned from the US presidency after only two terms. [...]
As classical educators, we recognize that we seek for our students (and ourselves) not simply [...]
Walker Percy once speculated about a world in which the problem of death had been [...]
Classic works of children’s literature might be greater than the Great Books. Few of us [...]
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