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Articles dated September 2011

Challenge A: A is for "As unto the Lord"

by Courtney and
Friday, 30 September, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
Taking the leap from Foundations and Essentials into Challenge A can be intimidating for parents and students. We want more than just to survive Challenge; we want to excel, and we would like to excel without too much stress. Challenge A requires the student to do more...
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Two Things NOT to Worry About When Learning Latin

I hope that everyone has had a wonderful start of the school year. We are getting back in the swing of things in our family slowly but surely. I am excited for what the year will bring! When I talk to mothers around the country (I sometimes teach parents online), there...
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The Question of Origins and the 2012 Presidential Election

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by Jonathan
Friday, 16 September, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
In the last few months, in the run-up to the Republican primary, the press (and others) have made quite a bit of noise about the beliefs of the candidates on the issue of evolution. The goal of this post is to elucidate why the question of origins is important within...
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Faring Well or Welfare

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by David
Wednesday, 14 September, 2011
categories: Articles
I’m a simple guy. When I find complex issues, I try to boil things down to simple terms. Lately I’ve been thinking about the American welfare state. Something about it bothers me. Well, more than one thing, actually. But what is the real problem here? People (children...
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Dolphin Tale (2011)

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by Robert
Friday, 09 September, 2011
categories: Articles, Homeschooling Life
This past spring we had the privilege to partner with Grace Hill Media and The Homeschool Movie Club on their new movie Dolphin Tale. We were really excited to partner with them, but cautious as we needed to make sure it was a movie that we could get behind. They were...
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