Latin – the language of a thousand small victories

I've mentioned before that Latin is our daughter's favorite subject. I even catch her playing her Latin songs for fun when she's alone. I'm not sure how this happened, except that she is already mature enough to understand the concept of word play. I took for granted how much studying Latin helps children piece their … Continue reading Latin – the language of a thousand small victories

Who’s who in classical education

There is an unbelievably good essay by Ian Lindquist in National Affairs on the movement among homeschoolers, private schools, and charter schools to revive classical education. What makes it incredibly useful to classical homeschoolers (like us), or folks seeking an independent classical school, is that it explains the history of the movement and provides something … Continue reading Who’s who in classical education