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Articles tagged Virtue

What Is the Difference between Classical and Conventional Education?

by Andrew
Friday, 08 November, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
The heart of the difference between classical and conventional education is not in curriculum or teaching methods, though those are effected. The heart of the issue is in goals and beliefs. Our practices often entangle us so much that we cannot get back to the things...
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Truth or Consequences: On Practicality

by Andrew
Thursday, 29 August, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
It was twenty years ago this fall that I plunged wholeheartedly and somewhat heedlessly into Christian classical education when some comrades and I started Providence Academy in Green Bay, WI. Since then, I have been hearing repeatedly the very sensible call for a...
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Promoted: the Role of the Classical Educator

“If the Challenge Guide has the weekly assignments in it, what do I do all summer?” asked a mom at a Parent Practicum. She had homeschooled her children for years before participating in Classical Conversations and she had recently decided to enroll her youngest child...
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Knowing When Education Isn't the Problem

by Jonathan
Thursday, 09 May, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
This article is modified from sections from the newly-released book MicroSecession: Simple Ways to Liberate Yourself, Your Family, and Your Community from Government Idiocy.   Western civilization has a bad habit of thinking that every problem can be solved with...
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Three Cheers for Pope Francis

by Linda
Monday, 22 April, 2013
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
On February 11, 2013, the media announced Pope Benedict’s resignation from the papacy for “the good of the church”; this decision was contrary to a tradition of lifetime tenure for popes. The media widely reported that the last resignation recorded in history occurred...
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