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How to get unstuck with Latin

It is essential in order to get the most of your classical education to undertake the study of Latin. It is even more essential that you* and your student understand Latin! What happens, though, when you get stuck? Thankfully, for most of us reading this, we belong to...
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Alumni Spotlight with Robert B.

Each Friday we will be spotlighting a member of Classical Conversations: the first Friday will be a homeschool graduate who attended CC's Challenge program, the second Friday will be a current student, the third a state manager, and the fourth a community director. ...
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Things Homeschooling Is Good At

by Tobin
Tuesday, 05 April, 2011
categories: Homeschooling Life
I was homeschooled until college. As some of my friends reached high school, their parents put them into the State establishment, but not mine. My freshman year of high school we studied the War Between the States. Sophomore year, the twentieth century, and World War...
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The Effects of Classical Christian Education on Our Identities

How intensely are we adversely affected by our Marxist-saturated culture? Sadly, I believe that the Marxist mentality runs so deeply that we have nothing with which to compare any alternative. As a case-in-point, I propose that Marxism has even affected the way we view...
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Homeschoolers and College

by Matt
Thursday, 31 March, 2011
categories: College and Post Graduation
On the first day, God created light and it was good. On the second day, God created the heavens between the separated waters, and together the light and the heavens were good. He continued with each day’s creation being deemed good until the sixth day. On the sixth day...
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