History of Education

29 08, 2022

The New Age of Freedom? By Ian Cox 

The Development of Free Societies and Economies in Modern Time Throughout history, the greatest prospect for a new people to gain their freedom and produce prosperity was through an exodus, a maturation period, and then a step into their golden age. In today’s world, this [...]

7 04, 2021

The Renaissance of the Family

The Renaissance of Family By Oliver DeMille Whatever happens in Washington, Wall Street, Main Street, Hollywood or Silicon Valley in the next ten years, it will all be irrelevant if our families don't come together at a much higher level. Without a renaissance of family, [...]

17 10, 2016

Homework, Homeschool, and Mothers: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

Trapped Sometimes reading a certain article, book, blog, tweet or other idea just … sticks. It resonates. It’s memorable. It makes you think. Or laugh. Maybe it causes you to frown. Or shake your head in surprise. For example, I recently read an article published [...]

16 01, 2016

The TJEd Kitchen! by Oliver and Rachel DeMille

So much of what happens in a great homeschool takes place in the kitchen. Of course, you may already have your schoolroom, and/or a living room where everyone reads together, and various other places where learning takes place. In our book The Phases of Learning [...]

1 06, 2015

TJEd & COLLEGE PART II “Titanic Education” by Oliver DeMille

by Oliver DeMille (To read TJEd & College Part I, click here) Needing Greatness Higher education is incredibly important for today’s rising generations. As the middle class dwindles and the divide between the affluent and others widens, many of the old education/career options are becoming [...]

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