February 23, 2006 @ 7:26 am | Filed under: Charlotte Mason, Methods of Home Education
Lynn of the cmason list very kindly posted this article, “The Work and Aims of the Parents’ Union School,” from a 1922 edition of The Parents’ Review, a publication that was sent to parents and teachers involved with the Charlotte Mason-founded PUS. It’s a fascinating and detailed look at a typical term’s curriculum.
I’ve been on another big Charlotte Mason reading jag lately. More on that later.
Meanwhile, don’t forget to check in on The Bookworm’s ongoing virtual literary tour.
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