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when two unschoolers marry: a podcast

when two unschoolers marry: a podcast

Thanks to Peter Kowalke and his wonderful project, The Unschooler Experiment, we have a myriad of information, insight and experience from grown unschoolers. In this podcast, Peter talks with Marina Shuman, a grown unschooler from Portland, Oregon who is unschooling her own daughter and also happens to be married to a fellow grown unschooler. We...
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unschooling is featured on the Jeff Probst TV show

unschooling is featured on the Jeff Probst TV show

HEM writer and unschool mom Dayna Martin and her teen son Devin were recently interviewed on the Jeff Probst show.  Watch it here.  
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wise words from J.K. Rowling

wise words from J.K. Rowling

“You might never fail on the scale I did, but some failure in life is inevitable. It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default.” 
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does this resonate?

does this resonate?

An unschooling life is limitless and extends into all other parts of life because eventually unschoolers realize that unschooling is much more than not being at school. A veil is lifted from life. We become participants in our own minds, passionate to learn the world.  Josanna Crawford
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Okay Kids, Time for Bedlam

Okay Kids, Time for Bedlam

Homeschooling mom and freelance writer Debbie Harbeson has produced a delightful free humor book, Okay Kids, Time For Bedlam, which can be downloaded or read free online by clicking the links at her site. Original cartoons by Thom Bluemel add visual fun as Debbie tells it like it is and keeps homeschooling grounded and...
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