Article Spotlight ~ Seven Myths of Classical Education – By Jennifer Courtney
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*Do you have questions about classical education?
*Is it just rote memorization?
*Is it just chronological history?
*Is it all about dead languages?
*Is there any creativity in classical education?
*Is it outdated and too much to learn?
*Is it Christian?
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