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College Level Examination Program

College Level Examination Program

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests are a very effective tool homeschoolers can use to solve many problems that legislation-happy folks might think required new laws. CLEP tests can be used to document high school transcripts and diplomas, strengthen applications for college admission and financial aid, convince potential employers and others that a young...
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September-October Issue

September-October Issue

The September-October issue of Home Education Magazine is still the current issue, and it features an interview with Virginia homeschooling mom Jeanne Faulconer, the articles editor for Home Education Magazine, editor of the VaHomeschoolers Voice, and a speaker on homeschooling and family issues. Articles in this issue include First Year Homeschool Blues, Building Your...
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Nov-Dec Issue

Nov-Dec Issue

The November-December issue is almost ready for printing, check out the terrific articles and columns coming up, and if you don’t have a subscription already, subscribe today at our special rates and save $6.00 on a one year subscription, or save a whopping $16.00 on a two year subscription! An interview with Laura Grace...
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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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A Learning Cooperative

A Learning Cooperative

“I couldn’t believe all the bones…” That’s one kid talking about dissecting owl pellets. Actually it was Micah, age eight, writing a newspaper article for the Once-in-a-Lifetime Paper. All of the writers were homeschoolers from three towns in northwest Iowa, and both the owl pellets and the newspaper were part of a six-week learning...
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