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Is a Charlotte Mason Education for Everybody?

It is my personal, but very strong opinion (I see no point in writing at length about a weak opinion) that a Charlotte Mason education is for everybody.  From what I can tell, most people who think otherwise have a different understanding of what a CM education is than I do.  Mason’s education approach is […]

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Charlotte Mason’s Parents

Unwed mothers and their infants were an affront to morality. They were spurned and ostracized both by the public relief and charitable institutions. Muller’s Orphan Asylum in Bristol in 1836 refused illegitimate children; they accepted only “lawfully begotten” orphans. Children conceived in sin had no doubt inherited their parents’ lack of moral character and would […]

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