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February 19, 2021

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One of the most influential books on classical education I have read is The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton Gregory (PDF available here - http://bit.ly/3qCfDik). If you have not gotten into many texts on the nuts and bolts of how we do what we do, may I suggest this as your place to...
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Week 2 of winter in Oklahoma has been accomplished. Thank you for your partnership as we made decisions on snow day (Wednesday) and virtual campus (Thursday and Friday for those it applied to) as well as home day work for both Bach (Thursday/Friday) and Mozart (Friday/Monday) so we are ready to return to campus (Lord...
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For much of human history, philosophers, theologians, and storytellers alike considered friendship a core human virtue. Aristotle wrote about it in Nicomachean Ethics, Cicero wrote a treatise about it, and Aelred of Rielvaux baptized Cicero in Spiritual Friendship. But as the world became modern, friendship fell on hard times. C.S. Lewis observed in The Four...
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I wish I could say we’ve had a great week at the Midtown Campus, but I haven’t seen your students! I will say that I was incredibly impressed with our staff when they learned of our plan to move to virtual learning for Thursday & Friday. Our Rhetoric Teachers immediately began making plans and adjusting...
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