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Why Some Public Schools Seek to Cancel the Objective Nature of Math

November 11, 2019
Posted in: Academics

Reading Time: 6 minutes   On October 2, 2019, The Daily Wire released an article titled, “Seattle Public Schools Teaching ‘Math Ethnic Studies,’” Asks, “Who Gets To Say If An Answer Is Right?” The article poignantly opens with this sentence: “Math, in case you didn’t already know, is racist.” The article proceeds to lay out the plan of Seattle’s […]

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Noah’s Ark Exposition

September 25, 2019
Posted in: Podcasts

Reading Time: < 1 minute   On the way to the Ark Encounter on our annual seventh grade field study to the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter, Dayspring’s Science Department Chair, Randy Gehman, discusses Genesis 6, beginning in verse 5, Genesis chapter 7, and Genesis chapter 8. Though it is probably a very familiar passage of Scripture, there is always […]

Nation-making: Historical Methods and Their Results 

July 3, 2019

Reading Time: 5 minutes In 1889, American philosopher and historian, John Fisk, produced a writing titled, “The Beginnings of New England.” In this work, he analyzed the progression of government from its earliest forms to the present day. Fisk viewed America as the culmination of government, having moved out of barbaric means and into a society that valued man […]

Prayer for the Class of 2019

June 6, 2019
Posted in: High School

Reading Time: 3 minutes Heavenly Father, Thank you for this day! This is not any day, but a day that commemorates over 4,500 days of your faithfulness. From day 1, as we sent our children off to Developmental Kindergarten or Kindergarten and watched them leave us for the first time, we trusted You with our children, our treasure. Father, […]

The Influence of the Mother

Reading Time: 3 minutes “Does not the influence of woman rest upon every member of her household, like dew upon the tender herb, or the sunbeam silently educating the young flower? Or as the shower and the sleepless stream, cheer and invigorate the proudest tree of the forest?” – L.H. Sigourney, Letters to Young Ladies, 1836 One cannot deny […]

The Role of Geography in History

May 9, 2019

Reading Time: 3 minutes Like me, you were probably educated in such a way that Geography class was wholly separated from History. In fact, it may have even been lumped into a unit or two under the nebulous title, “Social Studies.” What if Geography played a huge part in History? In the eyes of Arnold Guyot, geologist and geographer […]

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