Being in the classical education world is very exciting. To see your own kids learning at a young age things you never knew until high school or college (or maybe even never), is encouraging and fun. I talk to many friends who like to say, "Isn't it amazing what our kids will do? With an education like this they will take over the world!"
I'd like to think so, but then God doesn't always take over the world in the way we think He should. Maybe I'm a cynic, but it seems like as public education deteriorates, and in California we're at the head of the pack on that one, the antagonism has only grown towards those who actually care about education. Regulations on private schools have grown tighter and restrictions increase every year, usually while our legislature is in session. For example, because of budget cuts, our local public schools have a month less of school then is required by law (they use minimum days to count as full days). However, we have to make sure our school keeps accurate records of attendance and school days, in case a truancy officer decides to show up on our door.
All this has made me re-think what God is doing with a revival in classical Christian education. He is definitely preparing our children to take over the world, but it may just be by their martyrdom. He is preparing a generation who knows what they believe and has the backbone to fight to the end for it. He used it in Rome to bring an entire empire to its knees, and why couldn't He do that again?