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May 17, 2024

Finding the Good in Hard Work

  Brandon Crowe, Superintendent, Great Hearts Arizona The work to which we commit ourselves is lofty, and rightly so because history is the story of lofty aims. One of the most impressive human successes – and the process through which it was accomplished – has much to teach us about our own work, growth, and... Read More »

April 22, 2024

National Symposium for Classical Education Sets Dates for 2025 at New Venue in Tempe

The Great Hearts Institute has announced that the 2025 National Symposium for Classical Education will be held from February 19-21 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel. This venue, renowned for its elegant Southwestern ambiance, is situated in the vibrant Mill Avenue District, conveniently close to an array of local attractions including Arizona State University and... Read More »

March 22, 2024

The Final Day of the 2024 National Symposium for Classical Education

Throughout this week, the 2024 National Symposium for Classical Education not only enriched attendees with knowledge and intellect, but has also provided classical educators with a window into their broader community. Discovering that you’re not alone in the educational challenges you face is heartening. Connecting with like-minded peers offers a source of strength and support, as together, you... Read More »

March 21, 2024

Day Two at the National Symposium for Classical Education

The momentum of the 2024 National Symposium for Classical Education continued to build throughout the main ballroom and breakout workshop rooms on day two at the Phoenix Convention Center. The day was filled with meaningful conversations about classical education, through keynote addresses, interactive workshops, and through discussions around the coffee carafes or in the lunch line. The... Read More »

March 20, 2024

Opening Night at the National Symposium for Classical Education

Over 700 attendees ascended upon the Phoenix Convention Center for the opening night of the 2024 National Symposium for Classical Education, hosted by the Great Hearts Institute under the leadership of the Institute’s director, Carol McNamara. The symposiasts enjoyed an opening reception as they explored the booths from some of the event’s sponsors. The room... Read More »