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Anchored by the Classic Learning Test

Classic Learning Test

Anchored is published by the Classic Learning Test. Hosted by CLT leadership, including our CEO Jeremy Tate, Anchored features conversations with leading thinkers on issues at the intersection of education and culture. New discussions are released every Thursday. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.


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Acknowledging Giants to Stand on Their Shoulders | Tracy Lee Simmons June 20, 2024
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Why a Homeschool Dad Serves on a Public School Board | Tom McFaddenJune 13, 2024
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The International Influence of the Classics | Anya LeonardJune 06, 2024
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The Priceless Impact of Generosity in Higher Ed | Nicole DuntemanMay 30, 2024
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An Apology for the Philosophy Major | Travis DickinsonMay 23, 2024
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Serving the Needs of the Homeschool Community | Keith Ramsdell and Rich PoliczMay 16, 2024
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Are Research Universities Necessary for STEM Careers? | Office Hours with Jeremy TateMay 14, 2024
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The Posture of Curiosity | Michael WildschutMay 09, 2024
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Equipping Schools for the Modern Student | Davies OwensMay 02, 2024
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Confronting the Future of Technology with Biblical Truth | Bill and Alexis Haughey April 25, 2024
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The Classical School Ecosystem | Timothy DernlanApril 18, 2024
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The Great Educational Disconnect | John BurtkaApril 11, 2024
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Is Classical Education conservative or Conservative? | Office Hours with Jeremy TateApril 09, 2024
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How To Transform American Culture | Krystyn Schmerbeck April 04, 2024
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Integrating Economics Into a Classical Education | Clara Piano March 28, 2024
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Athletics as Virtue in Action | Joe Patterson March 21, 2024
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Could There Be Hope for the Ivy Leagues? | Office Hours with Jeremy TateMarch 19, 2024
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Why the Classics Are for Everyone | Faith MooreMarch 14, 2024
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The Four Levers of the Educational Apocalypse | Steven Jonathan RummelsburgMarch 07, 2024
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Transcendent Themes That Confront Temporal Pain | Winston BradyFebruary 29, 2024
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The Lost Art of Disagreeing Agreeably | James FishbackFebruary 22, 2024
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Education as Community Service | Sarah Scudder and Angel ParhamFebruary 15, 2024
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Thinking Prudently About Picking a College | Michael Williams February 08, 2024
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Cultivating an "Unplugged" College Culture | Kyle WashutFebruary 01, 2024
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Chronic Absenteeism, Classical Ed. Master's Degrees, and the Misleading SAT Debate | Office Hours with Jeremy TateJanuary 30, 2024
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