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Articles dated February 2012

What Your Child Needs to Study Before the National Latin Exam Next Month

Last month, I had the pleasure of being interviewed on Leigh! @ Lunch concerning the National Latin Exam. Since there was so much interest in the information, I thought I should spend a little time discussing some of the things that need to be reviewed before your...
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Why We Must Conquer Age Segregation

In the introduction to her book, The Core: Teaching Your Child the Foundations of Classical Education, Leigh Bortins makes a radical and disorienting statement that makes the book worth reading. She says, “This curriculum works for a student of any age, but that is a...
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Classical Christian Thinking

by Courtney
Monday, 13 February, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
One of the goals of classical Christian education is to train students to see relationships between ideas. This is an analytical skill as well as a philosophy. Everything that exists shares a common creator who is still active in His creation. It is our job as...
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Classical Conversations Foundations Guide Spotlight

by Robert
Thursday, 09 February, 2012
categories: Articles, College and Post Graduation, Grammar Stage (ages 4 to 11)
Is it February already? What happened to January—did we skip it? I can’t believe I am almost four weeks into the semester. I have started working on my Faces in History paper for Essentials. I am going to be…wait a minute, I can’t tell you that…! In other big news, we...
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Echoing in Celebration with the Handiwork of God

by Kate
Monday, 06 February, 2012
categories: Articles, Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
A Book Review of James Nickel's Mathematics: Is God Silent?    Mathematics: Is God Silent? is an investigation into the history and nature of mathematics, as well as an extensive study of the question of its ultimate source—that which gives mathematics all its meaning...
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