Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool advocates ’

Parents’ Work

Parents’ Work

As parents, we do some of the most important work in the world. Unfortunately, it is often overlooked, even by us parents. It is important that we take time to think about, recognize, acknowledge, keep in mind, and share with others the work that we do and the resulting benefits. Parents’ work is essential...
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Homeschoolers Doing Just Fine?

Homeschoolers Doing Just Fine?

“Homeschoolers are doing just fine. Leave them alone. “That seems to be the resounding (and long-held) sentiment among many homeschool advocates. And they certainly have a point: The widespread deficiencies of the one-size-fits-all public school system are becoming ever more apparent, some instructors are more often babysitter than teacher, and many home-educated students simply...
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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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