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The goal of education is not to increase the amount of knowledge but to create the possibilities for a child to invent and discover, to create men who are capable of doing new things.”

The CCA blog is dedicated to sharing though-provoking and inspirational articles on classical education and parenting. Posts rotate through  the following topics: The Trivium, Christian Parenting, Classical Education in Modern Culture, and College Readiness, seeking to give CCA parents and all of those interested in the mission of Classical Education bite-sized amounts of information drawn from the experiences, research, and observations of members of the Christ Classical Academy community. Please enjoy, share, and comment. Welcome to the Great Conversation!

Thank you to all of our contributors for sharing your time and talent.

This Week’s Post:

The Classical Education You Never Had by Rachel Woodham.


Previous Posts:

True Beauty by Ivy Miles

Boy Meets World by Lindsey Harrington

Wonder & Hope by Becky Healy

The Blessing of Boundaries by Patty Cannella

The Glory of God in Diagramming Sentences by Meredith Schaefer

The Game of Tests by Melodee Moore

Reclaiming Leisure: Understanding as a Gift of Grace by Rachel Woodham

To Be-lieve or not to Be-lieve, that is the Question… by Marta Draughon

Distraction by Ivy Miles

The Classically Trained College Student by Beacky Healy

The Feast by Lindsey Harrington

Things I Would Remind the Younger Me by Patty Cannella

The Glory of God in the Number Line by Meredith Schaefer

It Starts with the Driving Baby by Melodee Moore

Reading Books by Rachel Woodham

Those Dishes Will Wait by Marta Draughon

Why is Classical Christian Education So Important by Ivy Miles