End of Course Test: Classical Education in America
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Progressives buried a lot of words and changed their meanings in order to subvert a Christian paideia.CorrectIncorrect
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How did men change from barbarism?CorrectIncorrect
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C.S. Lewis state that if you are on the wrong road, progress means to continue wandering until you find your way back to the right road.”CorrectIncorrect
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Between 1915-1925 the progressives completely remade education in the United States around a new set of goals, including which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
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Ephesians 6:4 commands fathers to bring up their children in the paideia of the Lord.CorrectIncorrect
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Boards of classical Christian schools need not deepen their understanding of classical Christian education, this should only be done by teachers and the head of school.CorrectIncorrect
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Boards need to realize that your headmaster is under more pressure than any other person in the school. Being a headmaster is an impossible job.CorrectIncorrect
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What is the main reason that David Goodwin states about why being a head of school is demanding?CorrectIncorrect
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When it comes to marketing your school, David gives to following advice:CorrectIncorrect
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Dorothy Sayers’ essay, The Lost Tools of Learning, was central to inspiring the first generation of the renewal of classical Christian education.CorrectIncorrect
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It is natural for men to love that which is above us.CorrectIncorrect
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According to David Goodwin, schools should not assume any debt.CorrectIncorrect
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Schools need different strengths in a head of school depending upon which stage of growth the school is in.CorrectIncorrect
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Having a school building, when your school reaches a certain size, is really not important, according to David Goodwin.CorrectIncorrect
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In order to have success with training teachers to teach from a guide such as the Ambrose curriculum guide, a school should not hire people who already think in terms of philosophy, ideas, and theology.CorrectIncorrect
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Like Cortez burning his ships, progressives wanted there to be no way to look back at classical Christian education.CorrectIncorrect
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The challenges in starting a classical Christian school are the same regardless of whether your background is in business, pastoral, or academics.CorrectIncorrect
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A great way to enter the classical Christian tradition is through reading children’s books.CorrectIncorrect
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It is important for a headmaster to also teach a class at the school.CorrectIncorrect
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The CLT does not help students to prepare for either the SAT or the ACT.CorrectIncorrect
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• What are the pros and cons of using a guide such as the Ambrose Curriculum guide?
• What does it take to excel as a head of school?
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