Thomas Jefferson Education on Glenn Beck


By Jacqueline Smith

As many of you know, I have been homeschooling my children, and educating myself using The Thomas Jefferson Education, sometimes known as TJed.   The class being referred to in this clip is being taught here in Utah (Wanship) by the founders of  The Thomas Jefferson Education system.  This will be a wonderful free event.  Please make plans to attend.  It is on Friday afternoon April 30, 2010.  Do your best to take some time off work and attend this special event, you won’t regret it.  You must RSVP for this event, at our meet up site by clicking here.

We are in a leadership crisis in our country, and the only way to change direction is to become liber.  Liber is the latin word for tree bark.  You see, tree bark was used to write on.  It is also the root word of library, and liberty.  In order to be a free people, we must be educated, and we must educate ourselves in the classics.

It will take leadership to move not just our political arena forward in America, but our enrapreneurs, our educational arena, our media, our communities.  To understand the leadership model of education, I highly recommend attending our TJed for families event.  Dads …. you need to come, too.  A family that learns together has much more impact on the world.

For more information, please visit our Education Resources here.

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2 thoughts on “Thomas Jefferson Education on Glenn Beck

  1. This type of education system just feels right. It’s all about agency, and allowing children (and adults) to really learn from great people by putting them face to face with greatness through the classics.

    Washington DC was amazing when I was there as well. I hope that more in our country will go back to the classics and really educate themselves and others. We have a great work to do.

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  2. Thank you for the links. Jefferson is my favorite founding father, and while in DC, sitting in his memorial and pondering his unapologetic love of God was a humbling experience.

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