Posts Tagged ‘ History of Homeschooling ’

HEM Networking

HEM Networking

The HEM Networking discussion group on YahooGroups is sponsored by Home Education Magazine (HEM) for networking and communication within the online homeschooling community. All topics of interest to homeschoolers are welcome and encouraged; the usual rules of common sense and courteous interaction should be applied when responding to other group members. Founded in 1999,...
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The Roots of Homeschooling

The Roots of Homeschooling

In her editorial for the July-August issue of Home Education Magazine, HEM publisher Helen Hegener explains the roots of the homeschooling movement in the U.S., beginning with John Holt’s astute observation in How Children Learn, “… the human animal is a learning animal; we like to learn; we are good at it; we don’t...
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HEM Back Issue Sale

HEM Back Issue Sale

As 2010 draws to a close we’d like to wish all our friends and readers a very Happy New Year, and this is a great time to check out the almost three decades of Home Education Magazines available in our archives and back issues – a vertible history of homeschooling can be found in...
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Interview: Cafi Cohen

Interview: Cafi Cohen

Cafi Cohen was Home Education Magazine’s Older Kids’ columnist for three years in the late 1990′s. She and her husband Terry homeschooled their two children, Jeff and Tamara. Her first book, And What About College? (Holt Associates, 1997), was a guidebook for families looking toward college after homeschooling, and she also wrote The Homeschooler’s...
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Christmas Idea: Back Issues

Christmas Idea: Back Issues

Looking for a great Christmas gift for a homeschooling friend? The HEM Back Issue Sale offers six-issue packages for only $15.00 each postpaid, which saves $11.00 off the regular price! Every issue of Home Education Magazine includes several feature articles, an interview, and our delightful columnists writing about what it’s like to be a...
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