Tag Archives: Charlotte Mason

Greek in Modern Education, PR Article cont.

This is the second to the last installment of an article by Oscar Browning, published in the 1891/2 volume of The Parents’ Review magazine, which was published and edited by Charlotte Mason. He has been discussing the place of Greek and Latin in a classical education and whether classical education as such should continue to […]

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Greek in Modern Education, PR Article cont.

Background- this article was published in the 1891/2 edition of the Parents’ Review edited by Charlotte Mason. The author is Oscar Browning. When I finish this article, I’ll start on another- very few of the PR articles from volume II, this volume, are available to the general public, and I’d like to get them all […]

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Parents’ Review Article on Greek cont.

Here is the next installment in our latest Parents’ Review article. As a reminder- these articles come Volume II of the PR, which was published in 1891/2. Charlotte Mason was the editor. As these articles are completed they will be placed online in their entirety at AmblesideOnline, where other PR articles already have a home. […]

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The Seven Liberal Arts and a Classical Education- a Parents’ Review article cont.

Here is the second section from the Parents Review, Volume II article, “The Place of Greek in Modern Education.” This article was published in 1891 and was written by Oscar Browning. You will find part one of this article here. Some of the terms he uses will be familiar to homeschoolers, but some of us […]

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Greek in the Public Schools In England in 1891

The question as to whether Greek should form a necessary part of the entrance examination to the University has been raised by an authority no less important than the Head Master of Harrow. The question was before the University of Cambridge some ten years ago. If it had been left to the residents the cause […]

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