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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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Won’t They Be ‘Different’?

Won’t They Be ‘Different’?

“Aren’t you doing your kids a disservice by homeschooling? I mean, how will they fit into the real world if they haven’t been schooled like everyone else? Won’t they be different?’ “I sure hope so!” I wanted to say. “I really want my children to be different!” Her question was honest enough. She was...
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We Are Not Jello

We Are Not Jello

In seven years of homeschooling I have learned many things. First, I never want to hear the words, “No school today?” again, ever. Secondly, I find the word “socialization” more offensive than most words that pour forth from late night cable television. Third, Hot Wheels (R) and toilets provide excellent media for an impromptu...
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