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  1. Hello friends! Wondering if there are any classical educators out there who are native speakers of Arabic and know of any classical curricula in Arabic already in existence or being developed currently?
  2. I searched and searched for something like this last summer and couldn't really find anything for teachers at classical schools! There's plenty out there for classical homeschoolers, but no good place for classical school teachers to collaborate. I started a Facebook group for grammar-level teachers of primarily ACCS schools, though others have since joined. It's been helpful, but I'm glad to see this forum come about as well. I teach first grade at Petra Academy in Bozeman, MT. I started out as a homeschool mom to my four daughters (thank you, Well Trained Mind) and from there moved into Classical Conversations (I started the first St. Louis, MO group and directed it for three years) and have now found myself teaching full-time in a pretty great classical school in Montana (I'm finishing up my first year now). Just curious where the rest of you are from and how long you've been teaching?
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