Why Learning To Learn Requires Developing Habits Of Moral Virtue

One of the chief occupations for our headmaster, most especially as school begins, is to develop students' habits so they are actually capable of learning. Being able to meet and acquire new knowledge requires many virtues, and constant growth in them over time, to help children (like all people) grow in mental and moral maturity. … Continue reading Why Learning To Learn Requires Developing Habits Of Moral Virtue

Classical Education Leads To Good Jobs Because It Instills Good Judgment—But That’s Not All

Andrew Kern of the CIRCE Institute resurfaces¬†one of our favorite¬†themes: How classical education prepares a child not merely for a job, but for a life that of course includes the ability to earn one's bread. Our education controllers develop extremely complex theories about children as material objects whose role is to contribute to the economy, … Continue reading Classical Education Leads To Good Jobs Because It Instills Good Judgment—But That’s Not All