Memoria Press author Cheryl Swope recently spoke at Hillsdale College on special-needs education in the context of classical education. According to The Collegian, a Hillsdale College publication, Cheryl spoke about how classical education is appropriate for children of all ages and abilities:
Swope defined a classical education as “a formative education designed to incline the student from his earliest days to that which is true, good, and beautiful through the liberal arts and sciences guided by the great literature, music, art, and ideas of Western Civilization.”
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Cheryl is the author of Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for any Child, an informative and inspiring book on the classical approach to special-needs education published by Memoria Press.
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