Karen Glass



One of the founders of Ambleside Online (amblesideonline.org), Karen Glass (www.karenglass.net) has homeschooled her children for twenty years, and continues to read and learn about educational philosophy.

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Consider This Study Guide

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“We are not reading books merely to check off a list or to be able to say we have read them. We are reading to grow as persons, to know more that we may understand more, and ultimately, it is to be hoped, to act according to our greater wisdom.”
Karen Glass

“We do not list “humility” among our school subjects or put it on a transcript, but that is actually the little secret of classical education. The things that make it truly classical, truly worthwhile to pursue, aren’t school subjects at all, but principles that add depth and cohesion to everything we study in all areas of the curriculum. ❧ ❧ ❧”
Karen Glass, Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition

“We who teach should make it clear to ourselves that our aim in education is less conduct than character;”
Karen Glass, Mind to Mind: An Essay Towards a Philosophy of Education



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