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Most standardized tests fail to measure anything except the student’s ability to take that test, and take it well. Neither do they reflect a proper course of learning, leading teachers in some schools to build their courses around a material that lacks an internal structure 
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  Several months ago, a colleague handed me David Hicks' classic work of conservative pedagogy, “Norms and Nobility.” First published in 1981, Hicks' book argues that the ancient Greeks embedded in their literature and history the goal of forming (through paideia, education) young men into 
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Professor Matthew Fox: The stories of the Classical world are compelling for primary pupils   STUDY of the Classics was the bedrock of Western education from the Middle Ages onwards. Understanding the cultural power of those dead civilisations provided people with the only mechanism there 
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The Smithsonian Institution’s recipe for genius and leadership: (1) children should spend a great deal of time with loving, educationally minded parents; (2) children should be allowed a lot of free exploration; and (3) children should have little to no association with peers outside of 
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Pursuing the truth is veritable knowledge

"There is no more pleasant food for the soul than the knowledge of truth." (Lactantius)
2017-03-13T11:54:16+00:00
“There is no more pleasant food for the soul than the knowledge of truth.” (Lactantius)

Pursuing the truth is veritable knowledge

"There is no more pleasant food for the soul than the knowledge of truth." (Lactantius)
2017-11-21T05:50:57+00:00
“There is no more pleasant food for the soul than the knowledge of truth.” (Lactantius)

Pursuing the truth is veritable knowledge

"There is no more pleasant food for the soul than the knowledge of truth." (Lactantius)
2018-01-10T04:32:19+00:00
“There is no more pleasant food for the soul than the knowledge of truth.” (Lactantius)