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We have all fielded the critique that classical education produces graduates unqualified for any job excpet teaching at classical Christian schools. On the contrary, only a curriculum embracing time-honored disciplines like rhetoric, history, and philosophy, and not endless STEM classes, could provide the leadership training our students need to become tomorrow’s inventors, entreprenours, and executives. Ty Rallens, a pupil of Andrew Kern form 1997-2001, graduate of New Saint Andrews College, and now an engineering manager at Hewlett-Packard, outlines an apologetic and a vision for refuting students’ and parents’ worries that “classical education isn’t practical” based on his own experience and the inherently human link between leadership and culture-building.