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June 22, 2012

Disoriented Wisdom

Guest post by Matt Bianco When we think of wisdom, we often think of Solomon as the embodiment of it. Solomon’s wisdom came primarily as a gift from God but he also studied the animals and plants of the world, further developing this gift and he undoubtedly learned from his parents as well. His wisdom …

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Providence Classical (TX) Seeking Headmaster

Providence Classical School is seeking a headmaster to lead the school in communicating and implementing its mission and vision. Qualified candidates will be devoted Christians and disciples of classical Christian education. They will have a proven track record of achievement, a Master’s level Degree, and be an intellectual leader passionate about proactively engaging with children, …

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Creating Reading Lists from a Place of Rest

Andrew Kern once said that most reading lists are motivated primarily by pride. School administrators, teachers, and parents hope to impress with long, intimidating reading lists. Our students read all of these great works of literature; therefore we are a good school. Be impressed. English: Illustration of Queequeg and his harpoon. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) And …

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