Parents often tell me, “My son is very smart.” They tell me this as though being smart were a great asset, a quality which ought to help them do well in school. However, “My son is very smart” means about as much to a classical teacher as, “My son is very handsome.” I teach virtue.
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Using time-tested exercises as tools that will help you and your students solve the three universal problems all writers face, The Lost Tools of Writing helps you manage the stresses, confusions, and fears that so often accompany writing (and teaching writing).Learn More
We're a non-profit 501 (C)3 organization that exists to promote and support classical education in the school and in the home. We seek to identify the ancient principles of learning, to communicate them enthusiastically, and to apply them vigorously in today's educational settings. Here's a sampling of the main ways we do that.More About Us
Each year we host and/or attend dozens of events, including homeschool conventions, miscellaneous workshops, and our very own conferences on the purpose, essence, and practice of Christian, classical education. We're on the road a lot of the year and would love to see you when we're in your neck of the woods. We're always up for a good conversation!View All Events