Oliver Van DeMille, in A Thomas Jefferson Education, states, “Education will never be fixed, and in fact it doesn’t need to be gixed. Any effort to fix education will fail.” So why are we so passionate about classical, Christian education? Are our students becoming life-long learners? Are there different types of education? What are the major obstacles to offering a Christ-centered education? In this session we will use DeMille’s book to consider the role of the teacher and the student as the keys to true student learning.
Prior to serving as D/R Principal at Caldwell Academy for the past nine years, Mr. Greer taught math for 7 years at the college level. He is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary.