In the article, “Of Pigs and Pupils: Fast Food, Modern Education, and the Growth of Classical (Christian) Schools”, author Casey Shutt compares the richness of classical Christian education to that of our modern education system in a way that compares a wholesome, savory and healthy feast to industrialized, assembly-line fast food.

If you’ve wondered what classical Christian education is about, this article presents a good definition by way of correlation.  The article provides the ‘run-down’ as to how we have (sadly) allowed our modern education system to become a processed, pre-fabricated product that lacks the strength to nourish student’s mental faculties.

Enjoy:  Casey Shutt’s Article ‘Of Pigs and Pupils…’