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The Dividends of a Challenge Education

by Lisa
Friday, 27 September, 2013
categories: Homeschooling Life
Well here we are, six or seven weeks into this academic year. For most of us the dust is settling: we are growing accustomed to getting up and out of the house on Classical Conversations day, we are remembering what we like in our packed lunches, and everyone in the...
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Are You a "Geek"?!

Are you a "geek"?! Do you just naturally like to learn? If you are a learner and a thinker, what made you that way? Are you born just knowing how to think, or is this a skill to be learned? Can a "lifelong learner" be created, and if so, what encourages one to remain a...
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The Worst Reason Not to Homeschool

by Jonathan
Monday, 10 June, 2013
categories: Homeschooling Life
This article is modified from sections from the newly-released book MicroSecession: Simple Ways to Liberate Yourself, Your Family, and Your Community from Government Idiocy. In recent years, homeschooling has progressed from an obscure choice made by a tiny minority to...
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Congratulations! You Finished Latin!

by Ruth
Monday, 03 June, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
Latin’s a dead language,As dead as dead could be;First it killed the Romans;Now it’s killing me!-Anonymous Dear graduating Latin student, Congratulations! A year of hard work is complete and you have turned in your final exam. You know the noun declensions. You know...
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Confessions of a Thirty-Something-Year-Old Memory Master

At the beginning of the year, our Foundations Director, Stephanie Ross, posed the question, “Are there any mothers who want to be Memory Masters?” As someone who is a lifelong learner, I secretly wanted this. Besides the fact that I love challenges, I wanted to...
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