A Tale of Two Americas: The Shifting Landscape of American Education and “Every Home a Homeschool”
From the New England Primer of 1690 to the behaviorists, scientific humanists, and Common Core of the 21st Century, America’s history of education is a story of “powers and principalities” (Ephesians 6:12) dividing along the line of faith. Once we understand that story, our vision of “every home a homeschool” becomes clear and purposeful.
Meet Grant Beckwith
Mr. Beckwith is the Head of School at American Heritage School and has served in that capacity since 2005. Prior to joining American Heritage School's administration, Mr. Beckwith was a practicing attorney for the Washington D.C. office of Nixon Peabody LLP and a fellow for the BYU International Center for Law and Religion Studies. A member of the Utah Bar, the Virginia Bar, and the District of Columbia Bar, Mr. Beckwith is a graduate of the BYU Law School and also holds bachelors and masters degrees in accountancy and information systems from the Marriott School of Management. Mr. Beckwith has lived and worked in Moscow Russia, New York, New York, and Washington D.C., and grew up in various parts of the United States including Utah, California, Texas, Florida and Wisconsin. He and his wife Candice are the parents of four children and are honored to be involved with American Heritage School.