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A couple of weeks ago, I received a review copy of Sheila Fisher’s new translation of the Canterbury Tales. It’s published by Norton, and I had noticed it on my last visit to the Norton offices because it has the … Continue reading
At the beginning of May, the William & Mary student who’s been tutoring the boys in algebra graduated and moved on. (The nerve. I can’t imagine why he doesn’t want to stay and teach my children instead of having a … Continue reading
Along with our new four-year grammar program, we’ve also been working on a new writing program, Writing With Skill. This too will be a four-year series, designed to develop–above all–organizational skills. The first task for the beginning writer is simply … Continue reading
Last year, I asked my readers what they’d like to see their local bookstore do for home educators. I got a host of wonderful suggestions. So I’m happy to announce that Peace Hill Press has now published a booklet for … Continue reading
I ran across this article in the Technology section of the New York Times and thought some of you might find it a helpful starting place for recommendations. (Experiences with any of these programs? Post a comment.) Foreign language study … Continue reading