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I am curious to know more about how they have been able to facilitate this design into the school that they teach at. Are they still modifying scope and sequences? What does it look like on a weekly or even daily basis? How can we best facilitate this in our homeschool? We do not live near a classical academy, but I want to allow my children to have access to as much of this as possible. 

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In spite of the clumsy acronym, I think it's an excellent step to moving classical education forward. I think a lot of this book--I read it last year (blogged through it, too), and it really resonated with me because...Charlotte Mason. Honestly, adopting CM methods for the lower school ticks every box. The "what if" page in which they envision musical education across the curriculum sounds like an exact description of a CM education. How I wish I could convince everyone! 🙂

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