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March 3, 2020

Mozart on a Whim

Mozart died at 35 having composed over 600 compositions. I circle that age, 35, over and over again until I fear the pen will rip through the page. Why that number means more to me than the number of compositions underscores a simple reality about learning: we can’t stop ourselves from connecting. This is what […]

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Does A Classical School Really Need A Statement Of Faith?

You can learn quite a lot about classical Christian education by dropping in on a dozen randomly chosen CCE websites, meandering through the “About Us” section, and noting what is common to all. While I have written before on why it is problematic (and simply untrue) for classical schools to claim they “do not teach

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