The world we live in is not classical and it views things from a radically different perspective. As a result, sometimes they’ll say things about classical education that are meant kindly but are like nails down a blackboard. Here’s an example:
“The classical method sees children’s minds as efficient machines that absorb knowledge foundationally in a strict hierarchy of learning.”
Otherwise, it is a generous article, so I don’t want to savage them. I’m just using this as a type of one idea and a dialectic for another: one, we think differently, and two, children’s minds are not machines.