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Is Home Better Than School for My Gifted Child?

Is Home Better Than School for My Gifted Child?

Is Home Better Than School for My Gifted Child? BY NED VARE "Gifted" is a public relations term to make some parents believe the school recognizes talent in some children. It's self-esteem for parents; it does not benefit children. Gifted does not mean the same thing to a public school person as it does to a parent. To the public school, [...]

Homeschooling Critics Alive and Well

Homeschooling Critics Alive and Well

Homeschooling Critics Alive and Well BY LINDA DOBSON Thank goodness homeschooling critics don't get my goat like they used to. Now that I've had time to look back and reflect on what can only be called uninformed blathering, I can understand how folks were critical back in the 1980s when homeschooling was a new concept, and many of the critics [...]

Homeschooling and Time for Me

Homeschooling and Time for Me

Homeschooling and Time for Me BY BEVERLEY PAINE Investing time into my children was the best self-investment I ever made. Encouraging my children to develop a life of their own based on their needs and wants and working efficiently and effectively to meet those needs meant I naturally focused on my own. I had to be the role model they needed [...]

National Women’s History Month: Let’s Hear It for the Girls!

National Women’s History Month: Let’s Hear It for the Girls!

Homeschooling Resources MARCH IS NATIONAL WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH! LET’S HEAR IT FOR THE GIRLS! BY REBECCA RUPP March is National Women’s History Month – all 31 days of it – and luckily there are dozens of wonderful books and resources to go along with it. And, of course, they’re not just for girls. Check out some of [...]

How Can Homeschoolers Learn In the Morning As Much As Kids Who Are In School All Day?

How Can Homeschoolers Learn In the Morning As Much As Kids Who Are In School All Day?

How Can Homeschoolers Learn In the Morning As Much As Kids Who Are In School All Day? BY SUSANNAH SHEFFER Ask a child in school how much of the six-hour day that particular child spends in active learning, exploration, or engagement. How much time is spent getting one's own questions answered or experiencing the "click" of a fuzzy concept [...]

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