Podcast · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

Ep. 55 – David Goodwin on a #Classical #Christian #Education – (@A_C_C_S) Association of Classical Christian Schools

Next on Thinking It Through: I interview David Goodwin, President of the Association of Classical Christian Schools, about a classical Christian education.

David Goodwin, President of the ACCS

00:00 – 03:16 = Introduction of David Goodwin and the Assoc. of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS)

03:17 – 05:36 = What is a classical Christian school?

05:37 – 10:13 = The mission of the ACCS and what its designed to do

10:14 – 11:16 = Two Good Cocoa (Commercial)

11:17 – 16:05 = What does a classical Christian education look like?  What subjects are taught?  *Pay attention to his answer!*

16:06 – 20:25 = The goal of the ACCS

20:26 – 23:30 = Why parents should look into classical Christian schools

23:31 – 25:16 = Last Words & Ending

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Association of Classical Christian Schools

 

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