And it means that when assaulted by a barrage of information and misinformation, you can better determine the truth, and thus make sound decisions for yourself and your loved ones.
Virtually anyone can develop a fine mind, but it’s our opinion that public schools generally do not promote the kind of critical thinking -- and original thinking -- that leads to one.
That’s one reason why we’re intrigued by homeschooling, something that many people are exploring in these lockdown-riddled days.
Homeschooling is legal in many countries -- such as the English-speaking ones -- but illegal in places such as Germany. And where it’s legal, laws vary widely in terms of how much freedom you’re allowed in your own classroom.
We decided to take a close look at the laws and give you an analysis of the best places to live when it comes to educating your family.
We hope it helps you make good decisions for you and your children.
You can access this Monthly Letter here.
If you value freedom, then you know that one of the best ways to preserve it is to liberate your mind. Critical thinking means that you’re not following the crowd without sound analysis. It means you can take the long view of people’s actions — whether politicians’ or your own. And it means that when…