Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool ’

Homeschool vs. Public School?

Homeschool vs. Public School?

An article titled Home-school vs. Public School for news station KAUZ in Wichita Falls, Texas, opens with this comment from the President and the question it ostensibly raises: “President Barack Obama sparked controversy earlier this week with the announcement that he believes American kids don’t spend enough time in school. He said by having...
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Nov/Dec Home Education Magazine

Nov/Dec Home Education Magazine

The November-December issue of Home Education Magazine is coming together, and there will be some wonderful articles, columns, an interview, resources and much more. For the upcoming issue our longtime political columnists, Larry and Susan Kaseman, have written inspiringly about the work that parents do. Here’s their introduction to the column: As parents, we...
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AHA Journal: News & Info

AHA Journal: News & Info

The American Homeschool Association’s Open Online Journalism Project provides a voice and broad exposure for any the work homeschoolers are involved in, and it offers homeschoolers a place to share, learn and help others become empowered. The AHA Citizen’s Journal will address issues related to homeschooling and which homeschool advocates have a passion for:...
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Things I Want My Kids to Learn

In the Sept-Oct, 2003 issue of Home Education Magazine, Sue Smith-Heavenrich writes about The Things I Really Want My Kids to Learn: By September, every homeschooler in our state has outlined her proposed curriculum and sent it off to the local school district. I never found the forms our school district sent us particularly...
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Salon: Homeschool Confessions

Salon: Homeschool Confessions

Salon, the award-winning online news and entertainment Web site, starts the week out with a classy, accurate, well-written feature article on homeschooling: Confessions of a home-schooler, by Salon Senior Editor Andrew O’Hehir. With the pullquote: “Call us crackpots, but our kids spend their days at beaches and museums, not in school,” it’s the first...
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