Association of Classical and Christian Schools

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Current Broadcast: The Value of Classical Education

Douglas  Wilson
Date: 7/13/2009
Topic: ACCS 2009
Americans are a pragmatic people, and they always want to get to the bottom line. The problem is that pragmatism can be hoisted on its own petard; pragmatism doesn’t work. A willingness to be impractical, rightly understood, is one of the most practical things we can do. This is a key principle that classical Christian schools need to understand, all the way down to the ground.

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