Posts Tagged ‘ homeschoolers ’

Privatization of Education

Privatization of Education

HEM political analysts and homeschooling parents Larry and Susan Kaseman write about an important and timely topic in the current January-February issue of Home Education Magazine: Beware of Privatization of Education: It Reduces Our Homeschooling Freedoms: “Privatization of education means transferring taxpayers’ dollars designated for public education to private institutions, corporations, and/or individuals instead...
Read More »

Vicky & Jen: Homeschooling 101

Vicky & Jen: Homeschooling 101

Helen Hegener, co-founder of Home Education Magazine, is the interviewed guest this week on the unique podcast and family resource, VickyandJen.com, which is about a concept which is dear to homeschoolers: “making life simple so you can enjoy what really matters!” A show index highlights sections of the 40 minute podcast, such as Homeschool...
Read More »

Homeschoolers Doing Just Fine?

Homeschoolers Doing Just Fine?

“Homeschoolers are doing just fine. Leave them alone. “That seems to be the resounding (and long-held) sentiment among many homeschool advocates. And they certainly have a point: The widespread deficiencies of the one-size-fits-all public school system are becoming ever more apparent, some instructors are more often babysitter than teacher, and many home-educated students simply...
Read More »

The Lives of Homeschoolers

Mary Nix: Over the years Home Education Magazine has consistently offered glimpses into the lives of homeschoolers via articles and interviews. Here are a few of those interviews, along with updated resources: I recall reading and being deeply touched by Helen Hegener’s Conversation with Michelle Wilbert: Living life “Close to the Root” in the...
Read More »