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When the School Doors Close: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

When the School Doors Close: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

When the School Doors Close: A Midsummer Night's Dream by Linda Dobson Society faces a controversy over the comparative merits of public schools and school choice for education of children. But this controversy is diverting important energy, time, and money of parents, educators, politicians, reporters, and policy makers from the real issue. [...]

Attachment Parenting WILL Follow Homeschooling: WINNING!

Attachment Parenting WILL Follow Homeschooling: WINNING!

Attachment Parenting WILL Follow Homeschooling: WINNING! By Linda Dobson "First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win."   --  Mahatma Gandhi When my family began homeschooling in the mid-80s, mainstream coverage of the movement was non-existent. You could read an occasional article in [...]

What I Learned as a Homeschooling Parent: Linda Dobson

What I Learned as a Homeschooling Parent: Linda Dobson

What I Learned as a Homeschooling Parent: Linda Dobson By Linda Dobson I wish I'd had the opportunity to learn what I've realized through homeschooling much earlier in life. That's probably why I look at homeschooling children, including my own, with awe and respect and optimism. I emerged from high school confused and unsure, told to [...]

12 Facts of Life to Help You See Why Homeschooling Can Work for Your Family

12 Facts of Life to Help You See Why Homeschooling Can Work for Your Family

12 Facts of Life to Help You See Why Homeschooling Can Work for Your Family By Linda Dobson It was 1984 for this ordinary mom. My eldest of three children, one of the sweetest little boys I'd ever had the pleasure to know (and, lucky me, the pleasure to spend life with), had reached the ripe old age requiring - or so I thought - kindergarten [...]

Your Child Deserves Better: Standardized Tests

Your Child Deserves Better: Standardized Tests

Your Child Deserves Better: Standardized Tests By Linda Dobson Despite public outcries against the utility and efficacy of standardized tests as a measure of "education," and despite a growing movement on the part of informed parents to have their children skip test administration days, like an invading army of zombies from a second-rate [...]

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