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Old 02-20-2013, 06:44 PM   #1
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Is a classical education usually religious?

I know a little (very little) about classical education...I read a bit about it but thought it would be too difficult to start with my struggling high schooler. Anyway, our school district is opening up a classical academy next year and it's a charter school.

I started googling and came up with a lot of Christian links. Since it will be a part of our public school system they can't (I don't think!) "promote" a single religion and I'm wondering how much religion, if any, there will be. Obviously that's a question I have for them but I'm wondering if I should assume a classical education is Christian???
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