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AHA Journal: News & Info

AHA Journal: News & Info

The American Homeschool Association’s Open Online Journalism Project provides a voice and broad exposure for any the work homeschoolers are involved in, and it offers homeschoolers a place to share, learn and help others become empowered. The AHA Citizen’s Journal will address issues related to homeschooling and which homeschool advocates have a passion for:...
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AHA Citizen's Journal

AHA Citizen's Journal

Are you always finding interesting stories, news items, websites and resources that you think other homeschoolers would enjoy? The AHA is looking for people to write for the American Homeschool Association’s Open Online Journalism project, or Citizen’s Journal. Your contribution can be a sentence or a paragraph, a single link or an entire page,...
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AHA: Smoke Signals

AHA: Smoke Signals

Many homeschool advocates, support group volunteers, and business people who work with homeschooling families have noticed a marked increase this year in media challenges to homeschooling laws, regulations, and long-accepted practices, not only in many parts of the U.S., but around the world in countries where homeschooling is also popular. This compilation from the...
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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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