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    An Article for You

    Parents and teachers of students with learning difficulties or special needs:

    Now available on the new website format at, you will find an article on bringing classical education to children with challenges.

    Entitled Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child, the writing can be accessed by clicking on Classical Teacher and opening the large image for the most recent issue, Winter 2012.

    Beginning on page 21 (located on the second search "dot"), the article opens with a story about Helen Keller's classical education over a century ago.

    If you have not yet read this, we hope it will offer information and encouragement to you as you teach your own students.


    Thank you. I read it when my copy of the catalog arrived. Loved it. It is so encouraging.
    The Homeschool Grads:
    J- 6/96
    S- 11/98

    Still Homeschooling:
    G- 4/04
    D- 5/05
    F- 7/08 (my only girl)

    Future Homeschooler:
    M- 9/16