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Late Bloomers

by David
Tuesday, 10 May, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
At the end of my seventh grade year in public school, I was on the bubble for moving into the advanced math track, or staying with the average students. My mother was eager for me to move ahead with math and she intervened on my behalf. My math teacher’s recommendation...
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Latin Exams

I wish that this was the crux of my article, but it is not. Latin does do both of these things, but that could be discussed at a later time. This month, I would like to focus on exams your students may take in order to test their Latin/Roman culture knowledge. These...
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Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder

by Tobin
Wednesday, 04 May, 2011
categories: Articles
Matt Bianco, my colleague on this blog, has argued that beauty is absolute and objective - that it is not in the eye of the beholder, but, in the eye of God. This perspective is much needed in our age: Darwinist thinkers do not accept a standard of beauty (or, indeed,...
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Becoming a Great Teacher

by Courtney
Thursday, 28 April, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
One of the obvious, but often overlooked, fundamentals of homeschooling is that once you decide to homeschool, you become a teacher. Most of us begin by thinking that in order to give our children the best education we need to buy the best curricula. However, in all...
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Book Review: Norms & Nobility

How often do we stop and truly ponder why we are pursuing classical, Christian education? The Bible tells us that “where there is no vision, the people perish” (Prov. 29:18, KJV). How often do we stop and renew our vision for our homeschool—the vision of classical,...
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