In 1977, National Review reprinted a 30-year-old speech given by English mystery author, Dorothy Sayers, on the topic of education. In it, she pointed out evident deficiencies in public discourse that revealed fundamental flaws in British education at the time. She whimsically proposed as a remedy a return to the Trivium-based education that formed some of the […]
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About Dr. Andrew Seeley
Dr. Andrew Seeley is Executive Director of the Institute for Catholic Liberal Education. He has been a tutor at Thomas Aquinas College in California since 1992 and is a member of the National Policy Advisory Board for The Cardinal Newman Society’s Catholic High School Honor Roll. He co-authored Declaration Statesmanship: A Course in American Government. Dr. Seeley received his Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Institute in Medieval Studies (Toronto) and a Ph.D. in Medieval Studies from the University of Toronto.