https://www.AgencyBasedEducation.org - In this podcast I talk with Dean Sessions, the founder of the Universal Model of science which turns established science on its head. This enormous project has taken 27 years to complete and crosses all the sciences. It explains a universal flood by virtue of the earth being a hydroplanet, and so much more. Don't miss this podcast and be sure to visit Dean's website, www.universalmodel.com.
https://www.agencybasededucation.org - In this interview with Kathryn Spencer, founder of the American Family Education schools, we discuss more of the details of her school system, how she got started, why they structured the school the way they did, the transition of public school students to this agency-based approach, and much more. Please also check out her 2016 conference address on our website where she presented on the 13 key character attributes they work to instill in students. For more information about her school, visit www.americanfamilyeducation.com.
http://www.agencybasededucation.org - Jeremy Tate, founder of the Classical Learning Institute, joined me for a discussion about the CLT exam they are offering for college admissions, as an alternative to the ACT and SAT exams. The ACT and SAT have been aligned to Common Core and are not longer aptitude tests for college, but have become graduation tests for high school, merely testing the content learned. In contrast, the CLT exam specifically distinguishes itself as a college aptitude test using materials worth reading that have no agenda other than expanding the mind.
In this podcast I interview Connor Boyack, author of "Passion Driven Education". If you have stressed over homeschooling or worried over what the public schools have been teaching your children, please listen to this podcast for a different perspective on how to educate your child according to their interests.
In this presentation at our 2014 Conference, Senator Margaret Dayton, a champion for parental rights, addresses parental rights in Utah state law.
What if there was a way to dramatically improve parental involvement in our schools, improve financial oversight, put more money into classrooms, reduce bureaucracy, and better personalize education for children? In this podcast, Oak Norton articulates a roadmap toward achieving this objective by restoring local control of education.