by Andrea Hubin, Education Program Consultant / Program Leader The leaves are in the midst of changing colors here in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Most years it seems the colors change and I hardly blink before they have fallen off the trees and winter has set in. Although winter brings a beauty of its own—blankets of … More “Leaf-Changing” Education Programs
You can feel it in the air — the excitement of a brand new school year! One of the benefits of our electronic world is that education in no longer limited to brick-and-mortar institutions. And there are also opportunities for high quality learning that cost little — or even nothing, such as through the … More Back to School Time!
It’s movie night — and you have no idea what to choose! Let Gary, one of our Education Program Leaders, give you a suggestion! Gary provides a great review of the 1989 classic Civil War movie — Glory. It is now over 150 years since the 54th Massachusetts attacked Fort Wagner in South Carolina, in July … More Movie Review: Glory
Sights and sounds from Arlington National Cemetery are common during the summer month as we celebrate Memorial Day, Flag Day, and Independence Day. This year has provided the extra celebration of Arlington’s 150th anniversary! Visiting Arlington is memorable for students as they witness the sobering reality of duty and sacrifice. Sohailah, a seasoned Education Program … More In Honored Glory
American Christian Tours Education Program Leaders are lifelong learners! In order to give their best while on the road with students, they invest in their own learning at home. Corrie H. recently completed a program provided by The National Center for Constitutional Studies; this is her review. The National Center for Constitutional Studies (NCCS)’s eleven … More The Making of America