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PHILOSOPHY & NAME
"However much we do, we still come freshly to each new subject. If one must listen to the same teacher on the same subject throughout the day, how can one continue to pay attention, regardless of what the subject may be? A change in the studies is like to a change in food: the stomach is refreshed and satisfied through a variety of foods rather than the same one continuously."
De Institutione Oratoria, Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, c. 95CE
Quintilian School takes its name from the Latin orator Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, who lived in the first century. He is one of the first advocates for individualised education, especially for children, and has remained integral to the field of education for centuries.
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