Here are a few ideas. Let me know if they help or distract you: First, you must lower your standards. It is not possible to achieve as much as you could with an easy book when it comes to scoring well on a test or developing the bad reading habits that endeavor forms in you […]
We often get asked about the best books on education. So I asked around the office a bit. Here’s what some of the folks on our team had to say. Classical Q&A: What Are the Best Books on Education? from CiRCE TV on Vimeo.
One of the hardest things about getting older is the decreasing time ahead of you to catch up on reading. Even reading one hundred books a year for the next twenty years is not going to do it. I feel about my To-Be-Read pile as my husband does about the salaries of major league baseball
We classical educators are well known for our love of books. Whether it’s the good old-fashioned hard cover book that smells like moth balls and winter sweaters or a brand-new e-reader that keeps our spouses up at night, we tend to consume literature of all kinds like children consume candy on Easter. Many of us
Eugene Peterson, long-time evangelical pastor, author, and professor, recently released his memoir The Pastor. Early in the work, he describes his childhood in Montana, with stories of bullies, eccentric relatives, and working in his father’s butcher shop. Among his formative memories, Peterson includes his fondness for The Carnegie, the town library. The Carnegie was the