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A Matter of Conscience

A Matter of Conscience

Kelly Green is a Canadian/American editor, writer, homeschooling mother and activist, and she believes “…what has happened in England and Sweden in the past year is going to have an impact on education law and civil liberties the world over.” Kelly has been following, assisting, and writing about these situations for some time on...
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May-June Articles

May-June Articles

In our May-June issue several articles highlight creative ways to engage your children in learning: • The Homemade Booklet: A Simple Tool for Planning & Preparing, by Nancy Walters – Some homeschooling methods are decidedly low-tech. One mom embraces the humble homemade booklet as a simple way to get prepared–and get down to hands-on...
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May-June Issue

May-June Issue

The May-June issue brings several articles highlighting creative ways to engage your children in learning, and our regular columnists add depth and perspective by addressing questions about older kids, advice for dads, and the critical difference between the words ‘homeschooling’ and ‘home schooling.’ Check out the articles and columns available to read free online,...
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About Us

About Us

Home Education Magazine is still owned and published by founders Mark and Helen Hegener and their third-generation homeschooling family. We understand homeschooling because we have always been homeschoolers. In 1983 we began publishing Home Education Magazine for homeschooling families across the country, and now, over twenty-five years later, HEM is respected as the premier...
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