The Three Cs of Education

I found the article by Bennett to be not only a perceptive insight, but also an essential foundation for our children's educational needs. I'm in agreement that the three Cs--content, character and choice--definitely should be present, if not included along with the learning skills of reading, writing, and arithmetic.

Providing a curriculum of quality is of the upmost importance, yet our children could possibly be subject to a form of rote education. To restrict the learning experience to the three Rs would only leave us prone to missing out on the advantages of the three Cs!



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