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Public Schools Out of Control

Yesterday, we learned that at a poorly performing Rhode Island school, Superintendent Frances Gallo intends to fire every teacher this month because the teachers union refuses to comply with the elements of the intended "transformation plan" that includes 25-minute longer school day, summer teaching training, lunch with the kids once a week, and [...]

Parent at the Helm Now Available on Alltop

Parent at the Helm is happy to announce that our homeschooling and parenting news, information, articles and commentary can now be accessed from Alltop's "Top Homeschooling News" along with other outlets. Also, as a service to our readers, a stream of homeschooling news now appears on all post pages, helping you to find additional sources of [...]

Libraries Still Keep Homeschooling Affordable for Families

When I was homeschooling three kiddos, we loved our library in Saranac Lake, New York. I'd keep track of the grand total of books we checked out - only by number of books, not names. When it came time to return the books, it was almost routine to gather, say, 42 books, only to look at the list and see we needed to return 43. Even today looking [...]

THINK SPRING Homeschool Blog Carnival Ready for You

Given the weather that so much of the country has experienced of late, the THINK SPRING theme of this week's homeschool blog carnival, hosted by "Small World at Home" is...well...a breathe of spring air! Each week the Blog Carnival gathers together a recent post from a wide variety of homeschool blogs for your reading pleasure. Visit old [...]

Freedom of Information Request Reveals Teacher Abuses

What happens when Washington, D.C. Schools Chancellor, Michelle A. Rhee, tells a business magazine that “an unspecified number of teachers laid off during October budget reductions ‘had hit children’ and the Washington Post follows up with a Freedom of Information Act request for some information local police obtained from Hawk One, the [...]

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