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Computers, Video Games and the Internet

The text below was transcribed by otter.ai and has not yet been edited. Today is June 21 2024. This is William Michael of the Classical…

Do Homeschool Students Get Lonely?

This is a question that assumes its own answer. Yes, lonely homeschool students get lonely. Homeschool students who enjoy good culture and a balanced schedule…

The Final Family Photo is the One that Matters

The transcription below was provided by otter.ai and formatted by ChatGPT. When we look at the Gospels, one of the most interesting teachings is the…

Good Advice on Managing Internet, Social Media Use

The following content from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education is helpful in thinking through some of the challenges od managing our children’s schedules, internet use,…

Understanding Our Relationship to Our Children

“As a father hath compassion on his children, so hath the Lord compassion on them that fear him.” (Psalms 102:13) “For whom the Lord loveth,…

Practical Talks for Young Couples (Preliminaries)

William Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy recently discussed the importance of mothers studying with their children in homeschooling for academic achievement. He received…

Criticism of Schools is Unreasonable

It is common to find students, and their parents, complaining about schools today. Students complain about subjects to be studied, textbooks to be read, lessons…

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