Education & Liberal Learning

A Burke for Our Times

In a wonderful article published here at FPR a few weeks ago, Jason Peters argued that a proper education ought to provoke a kind...

Egalitarian Elites and the Academic Dilemma

It doesn't take an acquaintance with Tocqueville to spot the flaws in many American claims about equality. Just go to school. You soon learn...

Paleoconservatism in Middle Schoolers: a Deeply Flawed Qualitative Study (sample size:...

The Regents, New York's public school state tests, are coming up in May, and so some of the time I've been spending with S,...

Call an Assembly: The First Duty

In The Supper of the Lamb, a delightfully odd book, Robert Farrar Capon suggests as an exercise in reality an extended session with an...

Education and the Way Home

Holland, MI The recent dispute between Joe Carter over at First Things and various occupants of the Porch has already received a good deal of...