The Last Citadel for Evangelicals
Feb14

The Last Citadel for Evangelicals

By: David Goodwin, ACCS President Rod Dreher recently reported in the American Conservative just how quickly American Christians are adapting to the LGBT narrative, and how Christian leader Al Mohler doubts Evangelicals have the depth to mount a serious resistance to that narrative.  Evangelical Christians are the most likely to hold to a traditional view of marriage today– 61% of white evangelicals in the study Dreher cited....

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The Exponential Growth of Classical Christian Education
Jan09

The Exponential Growth of Classical Christian Education

Classical Christian education continues to expand into newer and larger roles in America.

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Breakpoint: STEM is Not Enough
Jun05

Breakpoint: STEM is Not Enough

“Make sure that students are being asked the big questions: What is true, beautiful, and good? You might want to consider a classical Christian school for your child if there’s one in your area.”

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National Review:  The Resurgence of Classical Education
May31

National Review: The Resurgence of Classical Education

Dan Scoggin once thought that he would spend his career teaching college students about Victorian novels. After taking a job at Tempe Prep in Arizona in 1998, however, he realized that higher learning can occur at lower levels.

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American Spectator:  Why Classical Schools Just Might Save America
May30

American Spectator: Why Classical Schools Just Might Save America

Fast-forward a couple centuries and it looks like we may be witnessing the untethering of this fruitful union. Freedom is paramount in our day.

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Catholic Schools Pivot From Common Core to Classical Education
May30

Catholic Schools Pivot From Common Core to Classical Education

Amid the debate over Common Core, the classical-education movement is gaining traction among Catholics.

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