I’m at the Consortium for Classical & Lutheran Education conference in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. To add to the organization’s school accreditation program, we announced a process for teacher certification in this approach. Also announced was a new resource: A Handbook for Classical Lutheran Education.
Edited by Cheryl Swope, Steven Hein, Paul Cain, and Tom Strickland, and with a foreword by me, the book began as a “best of” publication drawn from the CCLE’s journal over the years. But the articles were selected so as to provide a handbook showing what classical education entails, what is distinctive about a Lutheran approach, and how to implement it, whether in a classroom or at home.
You can “look inside” at Amazon. Here is the Table of Contents.