Eric Cook argues the benefits of his personal addiction.
May 1, 2008
Not always enthusiastic about summer reading? Editor Charles T. Evans offers some tips to get you started and keep you going.
A reminder of the everyday dangers of technology and some recommended preventative measures from Kay Belknap.
Too busy to read? Headmaster Samuel P. Cox isn’t buying it.
Review of The Picture of Dorian Gray by Eric Cook.
Attorneys John L. and John M. Cooley explain the recent anti-home schooling decision by the California Court of Appeals.
Robert Littlejohn reminds us that reading is a fundamental prerequisite to writing.
Linda Dey explores middle school literature as an opportunity for apprenticing young adults.
Christine Perrin outlines practical ways to endear poetry to your students.
A concrete application of the trivium to grammar instruction detailed by Andrew Kern.