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Can Your Family Save Money by Homeschooling?

Can Your Family Save Money by Homeschooling?

When it comes to your hard-earned cash, a comparison of costs between sending a child to public school – already paid for with your tax dollars – and homeschooling – not paid for with your tax dollars but they’ll take your tax dollars anyway, thank you very much – can be a helpful exercise. At first glance you might think that [...]

May We Come Out and Say Homeschooling Is Safer Now?

May We Come Out and Say Homeschooling Is Safer Now?

The following statistics are from a December 17, 2009 report by Hannah K. Mead of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, titled "Safer at Home?" Public schools are not a safe haven. Nearly 630,000 violent crimes were committed in public schools in 2005, the CDC reported. One-third of public school students report experiencing bullying. [...]

Homeschooling Family’s Success with ADHD/Autism – Part 1

Homeschooling Family’s Success with ADHD/Autism – Part 1

Yesterday’s post about the feud among ADHD medication researchers caused a bit of a stir on Facebook last night. Today’s follow-up story comes from my book, Homeschoolers’ Success Stories: 15 Adults and 12 Young People Share the Impact That Homeschooling Has Made on Their Lives (Prima Publishing, 2000). It’s a story of the power of love [...]

An Educational System

"An educational system isn't worth a great deal if it teaches young people how to make a living but doesn't teach them how to make a life." ~~ Source Unknown

Does a Parent Ever KNOW?

Does a Parent Ever KNOW?

Because Christmas vacation has always been a very good time to begin homeschooling (Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus!), this post is for those parents who are “thinking about” homeschooling. (Yes, Virginia’s mommy and daddy; we know you’re out there.) In fact, we not only know you’re out there, we know that worries about whether [...]

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