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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 [...]

Parent at the Helm Receives Urgent Request

Parent at the Helm Receives Urgent Request

Urgent message to Parents at the Helm Please just click on the link. You'll see if you can help, and I think you'll be glad that you did. Many thanks in advance!

What’s Right about Being Wrong Part 2 By Theresa Willingham

What’s Right about Being Wrong Part 2 By Theresa Willingham

By Theresa Willingham For homeschooling parents, being wrong takes on some interesting dimensions, since we're tackling academics in addition to philosophical, ethical and family issues. Not only can we err as parents, but as we progress on through higher and higher grades and more sophisticated subjects, the chances of erring as teachers [...]

Parents Are ALWAYS Responsible for Education

Parents Are ALWAYS Responsible for Education

I may have set a Guinness Book of World Records record for Internet searches on homeschooling over the last couple of months. A good portion of the information I found pertains to starting homeschooling. One particular point is noted over and over and over again. I’ve lost count of how many times an article begins with something along the [...]

Are You Practically Homeschooling Already?

Are You Practically Homeschooling Already?

Last night I read a comment in response to a blog article about a pretty poor math “report card” for a school district located where I lived when my first child was a newborn. The response, from a father, stated that his child learns math at home. In fact, the father does so much at home he considers himself “homeschooling” while using the [...]

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