The Trivium's Procrustean Problem n the summer of 2010, Ravi Jain presented some of the material which would later become The Liberal Arts Tradition to a faculty in-service at Westminster Academy in Memphis. At the time he was given the task of explaining the Quadrivium, the liberal arts of number, and their role in teaching math and science. But a few teachers in the audience heard in his presentation some ideas that might have profound, even unsettling, implications for the curriculum of our Continue Reading
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About Adam Lockridge
Adam teaches and serves as the Director of Academics for St. Raphael School, an online program for home schooling families which offers an affordable and integrated K-12 core curriculum in the liberal arts. Adam's background is in philosophy; he earned a BA from the University of Kansas and an MA from the University of Memphis. A Fellowship at the Trinity Forum Academy inspired his calling to contribute to the renewal of classical education in the United States. Previously he served as the Director of Instruction at Wesminster Academy in Memphis where he taught courses in rhetoric, history, philosophy, and logic. Currently he resides in his home state of Kansas where he and his wife Rachel home school their two children.