$1 Classes Due to COVID-19 School Closures

$1 Classes Due to COVID-19 School Closures

March 19th, 2020

As thousands of students across America and around the world have been displaced from the classroom by school closures resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic, we at Kepler education have been working overtime to find ways to serve teachers and families who have been affected by these school closures.

If you are a teacher who has recently been forced to start teaching online, we are offering a free 4-part webinar training series just for you. Click here to learn more.

If you are a parent whose child can no longer attend school due to these mandated school closures, or if you are simply interested in trying out online education, our consortium of scholarly educators have decided to donate their time this spring by offering live online classes for just $1. Every class is a full, 8-week quarter and will begin the week of March 30th and end May 22nd. Coming alongside these teachers, Roman Roads Press will be providing free digital materials for students who enroll in these courses offered by Kepler Education.

Our teachers are professional educators, many of them college professors, who are committed to classical Christian education. With 73% of our consortium having earned graduate degrees, 30% of them having earned terminal degrees, and with a collective mean average of more than a decade of teaching experience, it would be difficult to find a better pool of teachers from whom your child could learn. You can view a list of our teachers and read their bios here.

To date, our teachers have registered to teach more than twenty courses with titles like,

  • Poetry and Politics
  • Early Modern Novels
  • A Deep Read of Boethius’s Consolation of Philosophy
  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • Abridged Fundamentals of Music
  • Introduction to Ancient Great Books (Roman history)
  • The Enlightenment
  • Reformation
  • The Greek Philosophers
  • The Aeneid
  • Intro to Rhetoric
  • And many more…

Registration for these courses will open Monday, March 23rd, and seating is limited. Sign up below to get priority seating as soon as registration opens.