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Stronghold of the Enemy is both a warning and a possible road map to education freedom.
I feel like I’m living in The Twilight Zone, where the world is overrun by “those who call evil good and good evil.”
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Camille’s “My First Kiss on the Day of the Dead” poem won a Gold Key in the 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Southwest Region-at-Large.
Grace wrote a review for the new movie Hamilton that’s streaming on Disney+.
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Hillsdale’s Newest Free Online Course, “The Great American Story,” presents the true history of America including its triumphs and shortcomings, helping us learn from those who lived in the past.
The history of 3D technology goes back further than you might think it does. Scope out its history and see how you can teach about it in fun, innovative ways.
Hillsdale has launched a new online course website, with 25 classes you can take free of charge.
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