October 12, 2021

Mason in the Classroom – Crestwood Day School

As the Mason movement continues to grow back into classrooms (in charter schools, private schools, and various alternative models) across North America, we are excited to […]
May 7, 2019

The Charlotte Mason Classroom and Relationships: How to Teach Children to Grow and Maintain Healthy Relationships by Storm Hutchinson

Charlotte Mason famously wrote that “Education is the science of relations.”  We usually discuss this idea in terms of children enjoying a broad curriculum of relationships […]
April 27, 2018

The Story of Grains of Gold Co-op in Roanoke, VA by Polly Pauley

“The Soul is able to apprehend God; in that apprehension is life, liberty, fruition. Knowing God, the Soul lives in its proper element, full, free, and […]
December 19, 2017

A New Thing: A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Tutorial by Jeannette Tulis

Last year about this time I met a young woman at our monthly local CM book study. She shared her dream of starting a Charlotte Mason […]
November 13, 2017

Weeping for the Children by Dr. Donna Johnson

Last week I encountered a young woman weeping in – of all places – the entry area of the girls’ bathroom our university education department shares […]
May 25, 2017

Towards a Philosophy of Education: One Child at a Time by Therese Racklyeft

Charlotte Mason Community School began as Ambleside Community School in Detroit in 2002, with 18 students. The founders first spent a few years studying Charlotte Mason […]
May 29, 2016

The Way of Love by Therese Racklyeft

It is a joy and privilege to teach the children of Detroit. One only has to turn on a news program or pick up a newspaper […]
September 5, 2015

“This I Know”: Post-Mason Meeting by Kara M. Stalter

Although my initial meeting of Mason three years prior at Gillingham has come and gone, my journey has really only commenced. This philosophy did not stop […]
August 1, 2015

A Brief Discussion On Living Books – Part II by Therese Racklyeft

This week in Part II of her blog post on living books, Therese Racklyeft discusses further the topic of living books as well as offering some […]


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