Friendship among Faculty

Creating and sustaining a culture at a school, should be grounded in a purpose. Facts, test schools and information seem to be the drive of our secondary schools for the moment, perhaps after a few more decades it will be another focus. But what if the faculty that were at a school were friends? The … Continue reading Friendship among Faculty

The Liberal Arts: Dawson’s Prerequisite for the Reconstruction of Christendom

The Liberal arts are defined from the Latin, as the "freeing arts."  Dr. Brad Birzer states in the essay below, "The liberal arts must also embrace and engage, at a fundamental level, the faculty of imagination. Only the latter would prevent the narrowing decay of an understanding of the world and the human person." Reading Rod … Continue reading The Liberal Arts: Dawson’s Prerequisite for the Reconstruction of Christendom

Liberal Arts in the Data Age

Both of my grandfathers had one job, one career until retirement or death: one was a mechanic and the other worked for the railroad. My father had two careers, 20 years in the United States Marine Corps and 20 years serving in the Harris County Clerk's Office. Yet, today we hear that employees will not … Continue reading Liberal Arts in the Data Age