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Posts Tagged ‘Homeschoolers’ Success Stories’

Grandma at the Helm

Grandma at the Helm

So many people have said to me, "But homeschooling is such a great responsibility." I say back to them, "But you have the exact same responsibility; you're just not taking it." ~ Becky Amos in Homeschoolers' Success Stories

A Brief History of American Homeschooling

A Brief History of American Homeschooling

Many regard homeschooling as a new educational phenomenon, but that is simply a reflection of the bias of our times. If somehow we could help our caveman see into the future, he would regard government-sponsored schools as the variant, as would the majority of his descendants at least until the middle of the nineteenth century. Until then, the [...]

Homeschooled Olympian Todd Lodwick

Homeschooled Olympian Todd Lodwick

BREAKING NEWS: Homeschooled Todd Lodwick, whose story appears in Homeschoolers' Success Stories, just finished fourth in the Vancouver Olympics Nordic Combined competition. Parent at the Helm offers its heartiest congratulations to Todd for a job well done!

Life without Constraints of Compulsory Attendance (What a Wonderful World It Would Be)

Life without Constraints of Compulsory Attendance (What a Wonderful World It Would Be)

Thanks to a “conversation” I’ve been having with some terrific ladies at the Alternatives to Mainstream Parenting section of CafeMom in response to the recent special report on the epidemic proportion of anxiety and depression in school kids, my mind was churning with the question of how to convey what homeschooling provides, in place of [...]

The Value of Homeschooling Stories by Reed Colfax

The Value of Homeschooling Stories by Reed Colfax

Reed Colfax is a member of the homeschooling-Colfax family. His parents David and Micki are the authors of Hard Times in Paradise and Homeschooling for Excellence. When Reed wrote this at the turn of the century, he had graduated from Harvard, graduated from Yale Law School, and after several interesting jobs, was serving as a staff attorney for [...]

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