By Belinda Bullard We attend a predominately African-American church in the city–a large church located in the middle of the “hood,” a church with an eye for social justice and community uplift. Celebrating the contributions of people who look like us is a regular, integral portion of our time together. Yet as I grow older, I realize how easy it is to take an opportunity such as we have for granted. On last Sunday morning, as one example, I watched as a group of beautifully melanated praise dancers performed… Read more Black History Needs More Than a Month →
5 Easy, Fun and Mostly Free Ways to Do Charlotte Mason Summer School (and Get a Jump Start on Next Year)
In the United States, summer school is a bit of an oxymoron. Summer, of course, is for play, and parties, and long hours out of doors. School, as we generally… Read more 5 Easy, Fun and Mostly Free Ways to Do Charlotte Mason Summer School (and Get a Jump Start on Next Year) →
Perhaps your child does not sit still easily, or prefers inquiring to rote acceptance. Does your child show a particular passion for something outside the mainstream, or exercise a skill level that is “above” his or her peers? If so, I have good news for you.
Are you considering switching to a Charlotte Mason-style school, but not sure if it’s a good fit? Well, spring is the perfect time to address those restless days your kids… Read more 3 Free (and Easy) Ways to Try Out Charlotte Mason Schooling →
Though we should be careful about speculating what Charlotte Mason would or would not have supported, one can guess she certainly would have been interested in this project to… Read more Species Restoration Project Underway at Former Charlotte Mason College →
Listen as Will Orr-Ewing talks with the headmaster of Heritage School, believed to be the only remaining Charlotte Mason school in the United Kingdom.
Explore the possibilities of a Charlotte Mason high school with the Charlotte Mason Institute’s Alveary pilot project.