Life Under Compulsion: Ten Ways to Destroy the Humanity of Your Child, a good book for parents to read. I recently read Tony Esolen’s new book on saving…no destroying your child’s imagination. The review below I came across on a web journal that more people should read: Humanum Review. If you have time…which mean you … More Review of Anthony Elson book
A few quotations from The Prince and the Pauper concerning education, but in particular a young prince sees the ways of not just feeding the poor but that all people need education. ”…now and then his [the Prince] mind reverted to his treatment by those rude Christ’s Hospital boys, and he said, ‘When I am king, … More More than Just Feeding the Poor
I receive the quarterly newsletter of Thomas Aquinas College…a few articles are always impressive in their content or theme. I recently came across the summer newsletter on my desk and not having reviewed it since I received it, I thought it would be good after dinner reading. The front page article was an excerpted keynote … More Restoring Catholic Education
I am slowly reading Dick Cavett’s “Talk Show”. (http://astore.amazon.com/rocha-booksreviewed-20) To describe him as a liberal, who cannot stand President Bush and anyone who served in the White House for any of those eight years, I would be choosing my words lightly. Yet, I am still reading and believe Cavett is worth the time. Would you … More Reading Dick Cavett’s “Talk Show”
I recently posted a short review of Romano Guardini’s End of the Modern World on Houston’s Veritas Bookstore blog. I have it listed on my astore.
Four Steps for Success on Practicum One … More Steps for Success on Practicum One
Is it really a good idea to open more Charter schools? The Federal government is pushing for more Charter schools both under President Bush and now Obama. Is this the secret answer to “No child Left Behind”? Here is a link to a recent article in the WSJ: Expanding the Charter Option By ANNE MARIE … More Expanding the Charter School Option?