“We have all heard the proverb: give a man a fish and he eats a meal; teach him how to fish and eats for a lifetime…We teach students how to fish, only they are fishing for knowledge and feeding their minds. The pole, the line, the hook are grammar, logic and rhetoric, always with them in their tackle box as they seek for wisdom, and eventually teach others. Put another way, classical educators seek to teach students

how to learn for themselves… Hard work and academic rigor do not exclude delight. Classical educators hold to the paradox that joy and labor can live together.” – Christopher Perrin

CGA Scope & Sequence

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