Unparalleled economic disasters and unprecedented government bailouts? Publisher Leslie Moeller argues that there is truly nothing new under the sun.
The Journal Vol. III – Summer 2009
A rousing recommendation for the classroom use of Russell Kirk’s The Roots of American Order from Andrew Kern.
Michael Can Beek explores how a liberal arts education prepares students for citizenship.
Stan Ward suggests the ancient Roman warning, “Remember that you are mortal!” should be heeded by us all.
How you enforce rules will affect every aspect of your school. Robert Littlejohn shares a cautionary tale.
Charles Evans explains this issue’s focus on the good, the bad and the ugly in civic life.
John Seel explores the parallels between Marine training and Christian schooling.
Jason Van Bemmel asks which one describes your teaching.
Christopher Perrin argues that education requires community.
Since boards are critical to the success of a school, William McGee proposes a way to get boards to invest in their own training.