Friday, October 2, 2015

Back to Basics

October 2, 2015

My latest article in National Review is on the rise of classical academies: Their success is an expression of deep dissatisfaction with the progressive methods and goals that have dominated American schools for a century — and, for conservatives, one of the most heartening developments in the field of education.

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Classical Academies

October 2, 2015

NATIONAL REVIEW October 19, 2015 BACK TO BASICS The resurgence of classical education JOHN J. MILLER Dan Scoggin once thought that he would spend his career teaching college students about Victorian novels. This was back when he was pursuing his Ph.D. in English literature. After taking a job at Tempe Prep in Arizona in 1998, […]

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