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What’s Old Is New Again

What’s Old Is New Again

Mom was dying of cancer. Always a practical sort, she penned a simple note - in her picture-perfect penmanship - divvying up her favorite worldly possessions. The gifts my sisters and I had bestowed upon her over the years would soon come back to each of us. The exception to our own gifts was the collection of what you might call "chunky [...]

Let’s Hear It for the Recession!

Let’s Hear It for the Recession!

With this post your increasingly-popular Parent at the Helm Web site is hitting another growth spurt with the introduction of the "Simple Frugal Living" category. Why? It's because when Parents at the Helm get serious about living a family-centered/homeschooling lifestyle, usually something has to give way to make room for it - a simple fact of [...]

Grandma Linda’s New Year Message

Grandma Linda’s New Year Message

I’ve been pondering a New Year message for all of the Parents at the Helm for about a week now. The most important thing I have to say is thank you so very very much for your early and generous support of our new effort. It’s our greatest wish that you share word of this effort with every parent you know, inclined toward homeschooling or not, [...]

Moms’ pleas highlight home-school dilemma

Out of Indiana, for your perusal, the story of not one but two moms whose children are no longer homeschooling because of a "circle" of the law that fails to outline what "education" means.

Compelled to Attend Part Two of Three

Compelled to Attend Part Two of Three

Can you think of a better way to insure that you will be “made” according to the dictates of others than by forcing you, by law, to appear at a government-funded, state-controlled institution where you spend a predetermined number of years as part of a crowd subject constant scrutiny and evaluation? No, I am not talking about prison. I refer [...]

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