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Compelled to Attend: Part One

Compelled to Attend: Part One

Compelled to Attend Part One of Three By Linda Dobson 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 [...]

Homeschooling (In Less than 1000 Words)

Homeschooling (In Less than 1000 Words)

By Linda Dobson HOMESCHOOLING - the act of families accepting legal, financial, and educational responsibility for their own children in a family environment; an education that is individually configured and parent- or child-led; also known as home education. Homeschooling may be accomplished in the home with a parent as primary instructor, or [...]

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 [...]

Nothing Like School to Break Up Family

Nothing Like School to Break Up Family

By Barbara Kelly Concentric Circles Have you ever wondered how people perceived their world prior to the rise of the western industrial juggernaut? Most of us would automatically assume that life must have been such a drudge that people could not possibly have lived a fulfilling life - at least, not by today's standards. We have inherited [...]

Compelled to Attend Part One

Compelled to Attend Part One

Compelled to Attend Part One 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? [...]