Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooled teens ’

What’s so Special about Homeschooling?

What’s so Special about Homeschooling?

Homeschooling works, by creating strong, happy families Homeschooling is legal in all 50 states, and in many other countries Homeschooling is wonderfully unique for each family and each learner Homeschooling offers maximum flexibility in education Homeschooling results in intelligent, confident, capable people  
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Reader Responses: Q&A

Reader Responses: Q&A

In every issue of Home Education Magazine two questions of interest to homeschoolers are selected and posed to our readers, and in return our readers are invited to respond to these questions with their own experiences and wisdom. The questions are chosen and the answers are lightly edited, primarily for space and clarity, by...
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Peer Pressure from Former Homeschooler – Q&A May-June 2011

Peer Pressure from Former Homeschooler – Q&A May-June 2011

HEM’s Questions & Answers – May-June 2011 Peer Pressure from Former Homeschooler We need serious help dealing with peer pressure. We homeschool largely because our daughter, going on 13, is at the top of her field and currently competing in pre-Olympic trials. Her best friend recently quit both competing and homeschooling to attend school....
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Interview: Tamra Orr

Interview: Tamra Orr

Tamra Orr has written for this magazine for many, many years, and she’s been a regular columnist since 2005, writing ‘Learning 101′ about homeschooling from the heart, as she and her husband, Joseph, raise four unschooled youngsters, Jasmine, Nicole, Caspian, and Coryn. Tami is also a writer and editor of hundreds of books on...
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Running Through Walls

Running Through Walls

Marathon runners talk about “hitting the wall.” It happens about 20 miles into the 26-mile race. Despite months or even years of intense training, some runners find their energy and resources depleted just a few miles short of their goal. They cannot feel their legs. Vision blurs. Desire is there, but they think their...
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