No Place Like Home by Leon J. Podles

No Place Like Home

A Personal Look at the Education of Children: Public, Private & Domestic

by Leon J. Podles

While few of us greatly enjoyed the school classroom, most of us accept it as something that our children will have to experience and no doubt be the better for it....

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Leon J. Podles holds a Ph.D. in Old English and Old Icelandic from the University of Virginia and is a senior editor of Touchstone. His latest book is Losing the Good Portion: Why Men Are Alienated from Christianity (St. Augustine's Press, 2020). He and his wife Mary (author of the Touchstone column "A Thousand Words") are the parents of six children. He resides in Baltimore, Maryland.

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