This week, the Wall Street Journal published a review-essay of Rethinking School: How to Take Charge of Your Child’s Education and a book I haven’t read yet, Bryan Caplan’s The [...]
I’m happy to announce that the fourth edition of The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home now has a publication date (September 13, 2016) and is available for [...]
In my ongoing effort to stay home and write more/travel less (and as part of my continual unhappiness with home education conferences), I’m trying out the online conference scene. This [...]
And here it is. If you’ve have had, or now have, your student(s) part- or full-time in a classroom situation. were you able to use any resources/techniques/ideas from home schooling to help [...]
Recently, the Wall Street Journal asked me to review Ken Ludwig’s new book How To Teach Your Children Shakespeare. I really, really wanted to like this book. And for the first few chapters [...]
â€¦hereâ€™s what youâ€™ve learned.
New York Magazine notices a trend: check out their new section on urban homeschooling. Urban homeschoolers frequently cite the homogenization of public education as the reason they chose to take [...]
This week, two articles about education caught my eye. The first came from the New York Times. “Bracing for $40,000 at New York City Private Schools,” the headline read. And [...]