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Homeschooling History

Homeschooling History

Back issues of Home Education Magazine are available individually or in annual sets for the last ten years, from 2000 through 2009, but further back in our 27 year publishing history the available issues start getting a little thinner, and some issues can no longer be ordered. Only single issues are available for 2001,...
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Homeschooling Under Fire

“This past fall many homeschool advocates noticed an increase 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.” “In the Washington Post, education columnist Jay Mathews called homeschooling “the sleeping giant of the American...
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Nov-Dec Issue of HEM

Nov-Dec Issue of HEM

In the November-December issue of Home Education Magazine our featured writers address homeschooling children of different ages, helping children become interested in and respectful of the natural world, learning history by producing a short drama, helping older kids and young adults learn about financial management, using writing contests to encourage kids to write, and...
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Nov/Dec Home Education Magazine

Nov/Dec Home Education Magazine

The November-December issue of Home Education Magazine is coming together, and there will be some wonderful articles, columns, an interview, resources and much more. For the upcoming issue our longtime political columnists, Larry and Susan Kaseman, have written inspiringly about the work that parents do. Here’s their introduction to the column: As parents, we...
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A Basket Full of Sunshine

A Basket Full of Sunshine

From the Jan-Feb, 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine comes this gem from the Reflections column, by Kathleen Creech, titled A Basket Full of Sunshine: The sun finally broke through the coastal fog and warmed the surrounding dunes. In my hands I held a lop-sided reed basket no bigger than a doll’s teacup. The...
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