2020 National Classical Education Symposium


Date:
Mar. 2, 2020 –
Mar. 4, 2020
Time:
7:00am –
4:00pm MST

Exhibitor: Janet Spitler

Convention Website:  National Classical Education Symposium

Location
BEUS Center for Law and Society, Arizona State University
111 East Taylor Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85004
US
Contact Info
Host:
Institute for Classical Education

The Institute for Classical Education will be convening the 2020 National Classical Education Symposium, March 2–4 in sunny Phoenix, and we would like to suggest you take a look! This year’s focus is on “The Historian’s Craft and the Art of Teaching History.”

 

Andrew Pudewa will be presenting along with a bevy of other K–12 classical leaders and educators including

  • Andrew Kern (Circe Institute)

  • Andrew Zwerneman (Cana Academy)

  • David Bobb (Bill of Rights Institute) 

  • Christopher Perrin (Classical Academic Press)

  • Carol Reynolds (Professor Carol)

  • Martin Cothran (Classical Latin School Association)

  • Michael Van Hecke (Institute for Catholic Liberal Education)

  • Susan Wise Bauer (The Well-Trained Mind)

In particular, more than two dozen professors and researchers will contribute to the program. These scholars are keenly interested in improving K–12 education through the ideas and practices inherent to classical education. These scholars love K–12 classical, and they are helping to deepen our understanding of their subject areas.

Last year’s gathering was sold out, with more than four hundred registrants, and this year is heading in the same direction. So, take a look and see if you can join us in March.

For questions about the event, please contact the staff at the Institute for Classical Education at

symposium@classicaleducation.institute

 

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