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We at the Institute for Classical Education are pleased to collaborate with other institutions devoted to the propagation of classical liberal education. One such institution is the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, led by Dr. Michael Poliakoff. Administrator by day and professor by night, Dr. Poliakoff is a historian of antiquity who continues to...

In early March, we were fortunate to hear from Dr. Stanely Kurtz of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, whose most recent book was just released this year. The Lost History of Western Civilization (NAS) is a scholarly review of American college curricula and libraries that decisively demonstrates that Western civilization had been a cornerstone...

Rob Jackson Director, Institute for Classical Education One month ago, we gathered in Phoenix for the 2nd annual National Classical Education Symposium, where we explored “The Historian’s Craft and the Art of Teaching History.” One of our informants, Dr. Wilfred McClay, was delighted by the conversation we hosted and the colleagues we invited. McClay’s new book, Land...