Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 3 minutes A rousing recommendation for the classroom use of Russell Kirk’s The Roots of American Order from Andrew Kern.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Michael Can Beek explores how a liberal arts education prepares students for citizenship.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Stan Ward suggests the ancient Roman warning, “Remember that you are mortal!” should be heeded by us all.
Reading Time: 2 minutes How you enforce rules will affect every aspect of your school. Robert Littlejohn shares a cautionary tale.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Charles Evans explains this issue’s focus on the good, the bad and the ugly in civic life.
Reading Time: 11 minutes John Seel explores the parallels between Marine training and Christian schooling.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Jason Van Bemmel asks which one describes your teaching.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Christopher Perrin argues that education requires community.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Since boards are critical to the success of a school, William McGee proposes a way to get boards to invest in their own training.