Terrence O. Moore teaches history at Hillsdale College. He earned a B.A. in history from the University of Chicago in 1990 and a Ph.D. in history from the University of Edinburgh in 1999. He taught at Ashland University in Ohio for two years. Dr. Moore also served as a lieutenant in the U. S. Marine Corps from 1990-1993. For seven years he was the principal of Ridgeview Classical Schools, a K-12 charter school in Fort Collins, Colorado whose high school was twice ranked the number-one public high school in the state. He is now an advisor to the Barney Charter School Initiative at Hillsdale College and through that initiative is helping start dozens of charter schools throughout the nation. Dr. Moore writes frequently on the issues of liberal education, limited government, and traditional manhood and has published articles with The Claremont Review of Books, The Washington Times, Human Events, Big Government, Touchstone, The Family in America, and The Wall Street Journal. At Hillsdale Dr. Moore teaches the core Western and American Heritage courses and upper-level courses in intellectual history, including a course on the Enlightenment and a course on the nature and history of manhood. He received the Emily Daugherty Award for Teaching Excellence at Hillsdale in 2010. Dr. Moore is the author of The Perfect Game, a novel about real boys growing up in Texas during the Eighties. He lives with his wife and their four children in Angola, Indiana. His book on the Common Core called The Story-Killers: A Common Sense Case Against the Common Core is available on Amazon.