Posts Tagged ‘ Earl Gary Stevens ’

Making the Decision

Making the Decision

Earl Gary Stevens discusses making the decision between homeschooling and public school in this column from the March/April 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine: “…Several parents have told me that they have enrolled children in public schools after having practiced home education, in some cases for many years. Some of them speak in a...
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Hauling Up the Morning

Hauling Up the Morning

A homeschooling parent in Canada recently sent me a letter which ended with a quote by Roque Dalton: “May we keep hauling up the morning.” I like the metaphor of a sailing ship upon the sea for parenthood and for homeschooling. There are no completely reliable charts, and so we must often navigate without...
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Talk About Learning

While working on the HEM archives I came across Earl Gary Stevens’ final Talk About Learning column, Time for a New Journey. I began as a former high school teacher with the impression that home education was about me being the teacher and my child being the student. But I soon learned that those...
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