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Would Dorothy Sayers Be Happy with Her Handiwork?

By: Diane Lockman | 0 Comments

Where Did We Get Today's Interp of Classical Education? Nearly thirty-five years ago, a new interpretation of classical education was adopted in a remarkably swift homeschooling renewal movement. Inspired by Dorothy Sayers' “Lost Tools of Learning” lecture (Oxford, 1947) and rediscovered in the 1980s, the revival embraced Sayer’s speculation: Perhaps the three skills of the classical trivium might correlate with the chronological development of the child. Enthused...[ read more ]