June 19, 2019

2019 CMI Tribute – Karen Andreola

“The CMI Tribute is designed to honour members of the Charlotte Mason community who have made significant contributions to promoting Charlotte Mason’s ideas for education.” CONTRIBUTION […]
March 30, 2018

Musing on the Feast by Shannon Goods

I have noticed an interesting phenomenon over the last year or two–I am hungry! Charlotte Mason often compares education to a feast.  She instructs us to […]
December 31, 2017

Connections: How Much Does He Care? by Sandra Zuidema

“The question is not,—how much does the youth know? when he has finished his education—but how much does he care? and about how many orders of […]
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 […]
December 10, 2017

Lord of the Heart: Generosity by Liz Cottrill

Most of us encounter Charlotte Mason when exploring educational options, but before long we learn that her perspective on education embraces far more than science, history, […]
July 29, 2017

The Case for Term Exams: Assessment “in the Round” by Celeste Cruz

Again––except for the fine power of resistance possessed by the human mind, which secures that most persons who go through examination grind come out as they […]
July 2, 2017

Charlotte Mason: A Liberal Education for All – not an Elitist Education by Scott Cottrill

About a year ago, a discussion was opened on the comparison of Charlotte Mason’s educational method and philosophy with that of Classical Education. During the ensuing […]
June 23, 2017

Using Our Hands with the Study of Architecture, Engineering and Craftsmanship by Kerstin McClintic

Again, we know that the human hand is a wonderful and exquisite instrument to be used in a hundred movements exacting delicacy, direction and force; every […]
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 […]