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Articles by author: John Carpenter

CC releases new edition of Hawthorne’s ‘Tanglewood Tales’

by John
Wednesday, 15 March, 2017
categories: Articles
Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864), one of America’s greatest authors, wrote “Tanglewood Tales,” a collection of classical myths, in 1853 for his three young children. Now Classical Conversations, Inc., has released a new annotated edition of this time-honored, 19th-...
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"Hidden Figures" and N2K

N2K competition will feature its own ‘human computers’

by John
Thursday, 02 March, 2017
categories: Articles
Many Americans first learned about “human computers” while watching the hit film “Hidden Figures” about three black women who excelled as human number-crunchers for NASA during the early days of the U.S.-Soviet Space Race. The National Number Knockout (N2K) competition...
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Just 4 days remain to vote for National Memory Master finalists!

by John
Wednesday, 22 February, 2017
categories: Articles
Voting for the National Memory Master competition is underway now until Sunday night. Dozens of Classical Conversations’ best and brightest students have created and recorded innovative recitations of American history facts in the first step of their quest to become...
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Robert Bortins, Classical Conversations CEO

School Choice v. School Choice

by John
Thursday, 16 February, 2017
categories: Articles
By Robert Bortins, Classical Conversations CEO Choice. The Oxford Dictionary of the English Language defines it as “an act of selecting between two or more possibilities; the right, freedom or ability to choose.” America has always been a nation of choices: choices go...
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2016 Capstone Cruise Graduates

Join other CC Graduates in a high seas celebration

by John
Saturday, 11 February, 2017
categories: Articles
Twenty-one Classical Conversations students participated in its first ever Capstone Cruise Graduation last May. Now that the graduation has been made an annual event, organizers expect the numbers of graduates to increase as rapidly as CC itself. The graduation...
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