Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling and public school ’

Every Child is Homeschooled?

Every Child is Homeschooled?

Follow-up opinion piece to an Anchorage Daily News article we covered Sept. 14th: In a sense every child is home-schooled, by Mary Kancewick, Published: September 28th, 2009 07:23 PM The recent Daily News article about home schooling sets up a dichotomy between “home-school advocates” and “others,” or, as she later characterizes it, between “traditional...
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Classic HEM: Schooling

Classic HEM: Schooling

An editorial from the March-April, 2004 issue of Home Education Magazine: Over the last twenty years we’ve written many editorials which have explained the virtues of homeschooling with enthusiasm while describing the problems with public schooling somewhat gingerly. We’ve found ourselves in the unenviable position of homeschool advocates who don’t want to alienate readers...
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Making the Decision

Making the Decision

Earl Gary Stevens discusses making the decision between homeschooling and public school in this column from the March/April 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine: “…Several parents have told me that they have enrolled children in public schools after having practiced home education, in some cases for many years. Some of them speak in a...
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Homeschooling and Family Life

With no particular place or project in mind I came across a reference to a highschool level course of study for a homeschooling family posted on the Daily Dish. The post titled The Varieties of High School Education quotes from A homeschooler’s bleg, which in and of itself is recognizable as a homeschooler’s exploration....
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Teens – HEM Q&A

HEM’s Questions & Answers – July-August 2009 I’m begging for some advice from homeschool teens. How do you answer interrogations about why you don’t want to go to public school? And what answer do you give that gets them off your back while still maintaining your “coolness”? About HEM’s Questions & Answers
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