Classical Education is a teacher’s joy

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from TPPF,

What To Know: An essay in The Atlantic (of all publications) contends that classical education elevates students and subjects above the fray of identity politics.

The TPPF Take: Classical education is an antidote for the problems of our age. Classical Education is a teacher’s joy.

“Classical education, whether in a private Christian school or a public charter school setting, emphasizes the cultivation of the whole child—mind, heart, and soul,” says TPPF’s Erin Valdez. “This undertaking measures its success not by test scores (though classically educated students tend to do very well by standardized measures), but by the thriving lives led by graduates.”

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