What Drew Me to a Charlotte Mason Education
Years ago I was reading Susan Macaulay's For The Children's Sake and forming a philosophy of education. Mrs. Macaulay repeatedly mentioned the work of a 19th-century British educator named Charlotte Mason. Miss Mason had been instrumental in founding a chain of parent-controlled schools, called the Parent's National Education Union (PNEU). She also had influenced many families into employing her early education and child-training methods in their own home. [more...]
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