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Doctor Suggests Medical Education Should Learn from Homeschooling

Doctor Suggests Medical Education Should Learn from Homeschooling

Doctor Suggests Medical Education Should Learn from Homeschooling By Linda Dobson Anyone who follows news about homeschooling has surely experienced it. You read a nice article about homeschooling that someone has taken time and care to write, and you move on to the comments. Amidst the many ill- or non-informed comments you find it: "It [...]

Are You Switching to Homeschooling During the Christmas Break?

Are You Switching to Homeschooling During the Christmas Break?

Are You Switching to Homeschooling During the Christmas Break? By Mary McCarthy Like many of us, Parent at the Helm guest contributor Mary McCarthy can't stop thinking about mom Sandra whose young autistic son was placed in a duffel bag by his school's personnel. As per Sandra's statement during a CNN interview, she plans to switch to [...]

These Six Scientist Traits Will Help Your Homeschooling

These Six Scientist Traits Will Help Your Homeschooling

These Six Scientist Traits Will Help Your Homeschooling By Linda Dobson Homeschooling is an on-going experiment in which individual families try different methods, resources, schedules, locations, mentors, and heaven knows what else in an ongoing journey toward the best education for each individual child. Since homeschooling is like [...]

What’s the Best Way to Approach the School When I Start Homeschooling?

What’s the Best Way to Approach the School When I Start Homeschooling?

What's the Best Way to Approach the School When I Start Homeschooling? By Pat Montgomery Do your homework on homeschooling: 1. Determine first of all whether your state regulations require any interaction between homeschooling parents and school officials. In most of the United States, no contact is required, so parents need not approach [...]

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