Textbook: “Western Art”

How might an art history textbook be arranged to suit the needs of a Classical curriculum? What works of art would be included in such a curricular resource, so that by studying such works, students would develop a genuine love of learning and appreciate the painters, sculptors, and patrons of the Western tradition? How might…

What Being a Dad Has Taught Me about Education

This blog originally appeared on the CiRCE Institute’s website at https://www.circeinstitute.org/blog/what-being-dad-baby-has-taught-me-about-classical-education As a new dad, I have learned many new things in caring for my baby son, Hunter: He does not like the dark or his naptime, but he loves the sound of the vacuum cleaner, when his tummy gets rubbed, or being carried on my shoulder….

What Would John Dewey Do About Automation?

This article originally appeared on the blog of the Acton Institute, a thinktank based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Please check out their site at https://acton.org/about. If you know the name John Dewey, you may associate him with the decline of American education. Many believe that the absence of intellectual rigor and the lack of responsibility in schools…

Review of “Entrepreneurial Life” by Robert Luddy

This article originally appeared on the blog of the Acton Institute, a thinktank based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Please check out their site at https://acton.org/about. Of all the schools founded by Robert Luddy, author of the new book Entrepreneurial Life: The Path from Startup to Market Leader, not one of them has a cafeteria. The schools have…