Martin Cothran is a writer and educator who lives with his wife and family in Danville, Kentucky. He is the editor of The Classical Teacher magazine, former director of the Online Classical Academy. He is a co-founder of both Mars Hill, Lexington and Highlands Latin School and is the author of 5 books, including Traditional Logic: Books I and II, Material Logic: Book I, Classical Rhetoric with Aristotle, and Lingua Biblica: Old Testament Stories in Latin. Having worked in public policy in communications and legislative relations at the state level for 20 years, he is a frequent guest opinion writer for newspapers and appears frequently on television and radio and is the most frequent guest on Kentucky public television’s public affairs program “Kentucky Tonight.” Cothran graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a B.A. in economics and philosophy. He also received an M.A. degree in Christian apologetics from the Simon Greenleaf School (now a part of Trinity University).
Paul Schaeffer received an A.A. from the Legion of Christ’s College of Humanities in Cheshire, CT. He has taught middle school and high school Latin at Immaculate Conception Apostolic School in Cornwall, Ontario, and worked as the assistant to the formation director of the International Leadership Semester in Rome where he studied a year of philosophy. He teaches classical studies at Highlands Latin School in Louisville, Kentucky and is the Director of the School Division for Memoria Press.
Michelle Tefertiller received her B.A. in Education from Oklahoma Baptist University with a minor in Language Arts. She is a Primary School consultant for CLSA and has taught Kindergarten at Highlands Latin School since 2004. She has written First Start Reading Book E, Numbers and Colors, and has edited or contributed to many courses in the primary grades of the Classical Core Curriculum at Memoria Press.
Brett Vaden is the Assistant Director of the Schools Division at Memoria Press and an instructor at the Memoria Press Online Academy. He taught for several years at Highlands Latin School and helped establish the curriculum. He is a 2004 graduate of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago with a degree in Biblical Languages. At Southern Seminary, Brett earned an Advanced M.Div. in Biblical and Theological Studies and a Ph.D. in Pastoral Theology.
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- Why Liberals–and Conservatives–Should Read the Great Books April 19, 2017
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