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Articles tagged Choices

What Can Potlucks Teach Us About Choosing Curriculum?

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When my daughter was young, church potlucks marked the high point of her month. She eagerly anticipated these gatherings for the sheer number of choices, the novelty of getting to try dishes that didn’t normally appear on our table at home, and most of all, the allure...
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The Common Core State Standards Initiative and Centralized Control: An Idea that Simply Won’t Work

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“We believe parents are their children’s primary teachers not because parents know everything but because each child is uniquely (and wonderfully!) made and because the people who know and love a child best are the ones most motivated to help that child succeed.” We...
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Stop Trying to Fix Me and Just Listen!

You’re a fixer. You may not be very good with your hands or with mechanics or with electronics, but you’re a fixer. When your wife or child comes to you with a problem or a complaint, you don’t respond by just feeling their pain, you offer them solutions. It’s what...
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An Open Letter to Critics of Classical Education

by Matt
Friday, 06 July, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
Raising our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord is one of the most important tasks in which parents will engage. Making the decision on how best to do that might be one of the most difficult decisions a parent will make. This, of course, can be seen in...
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