Reforming “Classical”

One of the first things I noticed some thirteen years ago upon beginning to teach in schools branded with the phrase “Classical Christian” was a very large disconnect between the promotional talk put forward and the substance conveyed in the classrooms. My own story will, perhaps, be only distracting, so I have relegated it to a separate post which you may safely ignore should you only be interested in reading about ongoing work to reform classical Christian education. Below you will find links to some of the most provocative materials, pro and con, that I have read on the subject.

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