CErSV's Live Oak Lectures occur in the Spring. The live oak is the state tree of Georgia, and this lecture series focuses on current issues facing the Georgia General Assembly regarding education.
Spring 2017 Lecture:
Kathleen Mathers, Director
Education Strategy Group
"Transition in the U.S. Department of Education: What to expect"
Spring 2016 Lecture:
Kelly McCutchen, President
Georgia Public Policy Foundation
"Education in the 2016 General Assembly Legislative Session"
CErSV's Oakeshott Lectures occur in the Spring, and are named after political philosopher Michael Oakeshott. These lectures occur in the fall, and are focused on topics in educational philosophy.
Fall 2017 Lecture:
James Cain, Headmaster
Oak Hill Classical School
"What is classical education?"