It is hard to explain classical education swiftly and accurately, though I think it is enough to say one or two true things about it that will intrigue people enough to look further. Here are four ways of explaining the gist of classical education, none of which is longer than a hundred words.
I typically expect to be a little depressed in January. It is my least favorite month of the year and misplaced Christmas-season expectations often leave me feeling empty, cranky, and ashamed.
Despite their omnipresence and omnipotence, I believe that schools and universities are living through the last days of grades.
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