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Homeschooling Blog Carnival Includes Homeschooling History

Homeschooling Blog Carnival Includes Homeschooling History

Not only do you get great reading with this week's Homeschooling Blog Carnival at The Common Room. Deputy Headmistress does a terrific job weaving together this week's Carnival submissions with a nice overview of how homeschooling got to where it is today. I'm a firm believer that to understand homeschooling you should know its history, and this [...]

The 15th Anniversary Edition of The Art of Education for Bloggers and Publishers for Review

The 15th Anniversary Edition of The Art of Education for Bloggers and Publishers for Review

I'm happy to report that everything is moving along swimmingly as we prepare for the July 4th release of The 15th Anniversary Edition of The Art of Education as an e-book! We're excited because the book turns out to be even more relevant today than it was 15 years ago, especially in terms of parents who are worried about their children's [...]

Homeschooling Book of Answers Selected for Random House e-Publishing Program

Homeschooling Book of Answers Selected for Random House e-Publishing Program

What a nice surprise to go to my mailbox and find a letter from Random House "pleased to inform you that your title has been selected to be included in Random House's Electronic Book, or 'ebook,' publishing program." They were writing about the revised edition of The Homeschooling Book of Answers: The 101 Most Important Questions Answered by [...]

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 [...]

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