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Me? A Director?

We had been an official part of a Classical Conversations community for less than a year. My children were thriving, and I was realizing that a classical education meant more than memorization, pounding Latin, and reading boring books. My oldest was ready to move to a...
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The Stories We Didn’t Tell

There’s so much. Beginning to write this article reminds me of how I first felt when contemplating the task in front of me six months ago: find the stories of how geography impacted the histories and cultures of Asia and tell them to our readers in a new Classical...
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Basketball, Spaghetti Sauce, and Latin

Do you know what basketball, spaghetti, and Mt. Everest have in common? Will you believe they are all related to a Latin lesson I had with my son? Last year, I was blessed with being my son’s Latin teacher. My son Calvin is thirteen years old and a Challenge A student...
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Lydia Bitterman interviewed by local TV

CC student spells successfully, yet falls short of 4th Round in National Spelling Bee

by John
Thursday, 01 June, 2017
categories: Articles
Lydia Bitterman, #140 in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, successfully spelled her words for the judges in Rounds 2 and 3 on Wednesday, but she and most her fellow spellers failed to advance to the 4th Round due their scores on the preliminary written test that...
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Where Are the Conversations?

When our family stumbled upon Classical Conversations eight years ago, I didn’t have any idea what I was signing up for but knew I needed something to help me! At the time, I had a daughter entering sixth grade and a son entering third grade, and we had just...
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