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Wonder and the Purpose of Science

One of the great and lofty claims of the classical method of education is that it produces students who love learning. Yes, we as their educators hope they love to read excellent works of literature; we hope they are fascinated… Read More

History in Classical Education

I’ve known rivers. Ancient, dusky rivers. My soul has grown deep like the rivers. American poet Langston Hughes wrote those words while riding a train across the Mississippi River. He was only seventeen. Today, we remember Langston Hughes as a… Read More

The Key to Good Teaching

“In the end is my beginning.” –T. S.Eliot, “East Coker” At Providence Classical Christian School we know that good teachers make what they do look easy, when anyone who has tried, really tried, to be a good—or better yet—a great… Read More

Setting Aside Our Plans

Someone who was not a teacher once looked at one of my lesson plans and asked a bit skeptically, “Do you plan out every minute of every class, and does it really go the way you have it written down… Read More


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