Posts Tagged ‘ History of Homeschooling ’

Linda Dobson: As Time Goes By

Linda Dobson: As Time Goes By

Homeschool author, outspoken advocate, mom and grandma, Linda Dobson is our longest-running columnist and has held many positions here at HEM over the years. She now has her own wonderful website, Parent at the Helm, and and we think of it as a hardworking ally in our support for homeschooling. Linda’s current article is...
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Back Issue Sale

Back Issue Sale

The HEM Back Issue Sale offers 6 issue packages at $15.00 each postpaid, which saves $11.00 off the regular price! Every issue includes several feature articles, an interview, and columnists writing about a homeschool father’s perspective, political awareness and action, questions and answers about homeschooling, great homeschool resources and much more! Order back issue...
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Asking Questions, Finding Answers

Asking Questions, Finding Answers

Asking Questions, Finding Answers: A Parent’s Journey through Homeschooling, Tamra Orr’s newly updated and expanded book, is arranged in an engaging question and answer format that provides information and perspective about nearly every imaginable homeschooling issue. Tamra complements her own considerable knowledge and understanding with well-wrought essays by homeschooling parents and teens, whose voices...
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John Holt & GWS

John Holt & GWS

One name written large in the history of homeschooling is that of the widely acclaimed author, relentless education reformer, and respected social critic, John Caldwell Holt. His great legacy is the homeschooling movement itself, which, without his considerable guidance and patient nurturing during its most formative years, would today be a horse of a...
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Homeschooling Book of Answers

Homeschooling Book of Answers

The Homeschooling Book of Answers is a truly inspired response to today’s growing demand for information about homeschooling. Don’t judge this book by its cover, or you’ll miss a real treasure. There’s a picture on the front and back covers of a notepad, with no less than seven pencils, and the subtitle “The 88...
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