Harvard for the Home-Schooled, Christian crowd, 17 November 2007, National Public Radio (NPR)
Hanna Rosin, a journalist who has covered religion and politics for The Washington Post and written for The New Republic, GQ and The New York Times got to know Patrick Henry’s students even housing some of them who were on internships. Her new book, God’s Harvard: A Christian College on a Mission to Save America, follows the lives of students as they cope with college life.
Scott Simon spoke with Rosin and Daniel Noa, a Patrick Henry alum, about how home schooling and Patrick Henry shapes students.
The interview proceeds in typical fashion, with an untypical (if you don’t know homeschoolers) result.
Other blog posts about Hanna Rosin’s book are at:
- Another interview with author of ‘God’s Harvard’
- Political Fundamentals
- Homeschooling, the New Yorker, and The Daily Show
posted by Valerie