Classical Education Resources
The following articles, essays, studies, and videos provide meaningful insight into the motivations, methodology, and outcomes of classical, Christian education.
How a Classics Education Prepares Students for a Modern World
Today, classical education can provide a roadmap for students to learn and grow. It begins as an exploration and celebration of the human condition, sharing the history of people and culture. Over time, it serves as a platform for developing critical thinking skills by asking questions along the way.
Dr. Coupland’s Six Fundamentals of Good Education
At Hillsdale College's Barney Charter School Initiative summer teacher training, Dr. Daniel Coupland gave a lecture summarizing years of research on teaching into what he calls the “Six Fundamentals of Good Instruction.”
Good Soil: A Comparative Review
This research seems to confirm what history has repeatedly demonstrated—classical Christian education can influence the course of a home, a community, or a nation.
Common Sense Classical
Common Sense Classical was created to educate, entertain, and support families who are either new to the classical world looking to learn more or experienced classical enthusiasts hoping to support their students and further their own knowledge.
A Classical Education for Modern Times by Dr. Terrence Moore
In the twenty-first-century global economy, why should cutting-edge schools root themselves so deeply in the past? What could today’s young people learn from old books? We must answer these questions clearly from the outset.
Classical Education: An Attractive School Choice for Parents
Parents looking for an alternative to traditional public schools have an option that fell out of fashion in this country a long time ago.