Classical Education in the News — July 6th, 2015

Classical Education news this week:

In Texas, the first graduating class of Founders Academy in Lewisville includes a National Merit Scholar and the 21-member class as a whole wins $800,000 in scholarships.

In California, the John Adams Academy, a classical charter school, buys a building that previously belonged to the local junior college.

Marva Collins, famous inner city classical educator, passed away.

In Georgia, freelance writer Dan Kurtz tries to alert his local Savanahites of the work being done at inner-city Savannah Classical Academy, and suggests that a classical education can liberate citizens from generational poverty.

And, to round up the list, blogger Gregory Pappas in the Pappa Post, debunks the claim that Greek was the founding father’s second language.

 

2 thoughts on “Classical Education in the News — July 6th, 2015”

  1. that’s not exactly at all what I advocated in the post. If you would have taken the time to read it, you would have seen for yourself that I debunk the myth of Greek being a potential second language. Please correct your post ASAP TO REFLECT WHAT THE ORIGINAL POST actually says.

    1. I am embarrassed to say that I don’t know how my obvious error got through the editing process … must have been rushing … sorry. It’s fixed.

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