Evidenced by this week’s international CiRCE conference on classical education involving a number of Australian and American speakers, the good news is there is a resurgence in schools teaching an enriching and challenging curriculum based on a liberal view of education drawing on the classical tradition.
An education that introduces students to what Matthew Arnold terms ‘the best that has been thought and said’ and that enables students to be culturally literate and morally grounded.
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