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The Tools of Thinking and Learning

“Is it not the great defect of our education today that although we often succeed in teaching our pupils ‘subjects,’ we fail lamentably on the whole in teaching them how to think? They learn everything, except how to learn.” Such… Read More

The Impact of Curriculum Choices

In a recent conversation with a 4th grade teacher, I was surprised to learn that the students in her class are learning computer coding. “How’s that working?” I asked. She indicated that while the students really enjoy learning coding, she… Read More

All Education is Moral Education

At curriculum night I shared some key differences between classical, Christian education and modern, progressive education. This year I’ll flesh out those differences to further our understanding of the benefits of a Providence education. Can education be morally neutral? Is… Read More

Upward and Onward: The Fruits of Discipleship

This school year, Mr. Andrew Weiseth has been teaching biblical Apologetics to a combined class of our juniors and seniors. As they met together for their final class period last week, the seniors were given a platform to share a… Read More


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