Table of Contents HEM September-October 1990
Editorial - by Mark and Helen Hegener
The homeschooling adventure: "Homeschooling parents don't necessarily want their children to be molded into today's society but to find their own place within it. They usually have much more interesting hopes and dreams for their lives."
In Our Experience - by Penny Barker
Penny writes about what her older kids are doing and shares letter from homeschoolers.
Conversation With Pat Montgomery - by Mark and Helen Hegener
A conversation with Dr. Pat Montgomery, founder and director of Clonlara School Home Based Education Program in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Picking Up the Pieces - by Mari M Galley
Mari share her family's experiences with their learning disabled son after taking him out of the public school system.
Working for Unity Among Homeschoolers - by Wisconsin Parents Association
A persuasive argument for maintaining unity within the homeschooling movement.
Fostering a BiLingual Home Life - by Penny Colman
Raising children in a bilingual family.
When Mothers Sing Children Sing - by Susan Downs
When mothers sing to their children, children learn to appreciate music.
Legislative Action - by Kathleen McCurdy
A discussion of the importance of freedom, and what one can do to protect it.
Higher Education - by Thomas Kane
Thomas share his college experiences: "Instead of being a step beyond home education, college turned into an idealized version of it."
Perspectives - by Jane Williams
Jane shares the homeschooling perspective with a group of public school instructors and administrators.
Micro-Chip Teacher - by Mikell Billoki
Software reviews of typing programs.
Talk About Learning - by Earl Gary Stevens
Earl explains why homeschooling is the province of amateurs: "If it should ever become the exclusive territory of experts the world will be in even more trouble than it is now."
Reflections - by Kathleen Creech
Kathleen's daughter explores the wonderful world of work: considering a career as a hobo...