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Homeschool vs. Public School?

Homeschool vs. Public School?

An article titled Home-school vs. Public School for news station KAUZ in Wichita Falls, Texas, opens with this comment from the President and the question it ostensibly raises: “President Barack Obama sparked controversy earlier this week with the announcement that he believes American kids don’t spend enough time in school. He said by having...
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Kathy Ceceri's Crafts for Learning

Kathy Ceceri's Crafts for Learning

Crafts for Learning is the website of Kathy Ceceri, creator of the “Hands-On Learning” column for Home Education Magazine and a crafts designer and writer covering education and parenting topics for numerous newspapers and magazines. Her first activity book, “Around the World Crafts,” is based on the “Hands-On Learning” column which ran in Home...
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Classic HEM: Schooling

Classic HEM: Schooling

An editorial from the March-April, 2004 issue of Home Education Magazine: Over the last twenty years we’ve written many editorials which have explained the virtues of homeschooling with enthusiasm while describing the problems with public schooling somewhat gingerly. We’ve found ourselves in the unenviable position of homeschool advocates who don’t want to alienate readers...
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American Homeschool Association

American Homeschool Association

The American Homeschool Association has been serving homeschooling families with advocacy, support, information and networking since 1995. The AHA supports, encourages and promotes all approaches to homeschooling, in line with the earliest advocates of home education, John Holt and Dr. Raymond and Dorothy Moore. Current AHA services include a discussion list and online forum...
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In Context: John Holt

In Context: John Holt

An Interview with John Holt, by Robert Gilman, The Way Of Learning (IC#6) Summer 1984: John Holt is a leading spokesperson for what he would describe as “growing without schooling.” How he came to this is a fascinating story that I’d like him to tell in his own words by using the following adapted...
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