We often receive questions (usually phrased as regrets) about how to become classically educated as an adult, after all the years of schooling have passed and jobs and kids and bills have entered the picture. As classical educators we are deeply concerned with offering a valuable, truth-based education to our children and students, yet for most of us our own education was/is severely lacking. It’s not just that we don’t know latin or greek or that we aren’t well read in the classics or that we’re poor writers.
It’s deeper than that.
We were given an education that believed that truth doesn’t exist, that goodness is abstract, and that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We were taught that education is more about getting a job than it is about cultivating wisdom and virtue. We were fed wrong ideas and sometimes it feels like we’re dehydrated, malnourished, as we make the journey up the mountain that is classical education.
But it is possible for a person to have an overwhelming number of things to do (children to raise, bills to pay, homes to care for) and an educational history lacking skills like a knowledge of latin and greek and still become classical educated as an adult.
And that’s why we’re offering this unique, exclusive, featured webinar, in which Andrew Kern will explain how you can grow towards a more fully realized classical education even as an adult – regardless of your background or your current situation.
It’s not too late to get the classical education you never got.
Join us on November 17th at 2 pm (EST) as we joy in the reality that the feast we once missed is indeed still available.
Note: The cost is $20/person (which includes a pass to view the webinar after it’s over, whether you attend or not.)