Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling families ’

Homeschool Blogs

Homeschool Blogs

Pamela Jorrick is a homeschooling mom and blogger who describes herself as “the mother of a couple of home grown, free ranging kids living in the foothills of Northern California.” On her weblog, Blah, Blah, Blog, she shares her perspective and her approach to homeschooling: I am a firm believer that education should not...
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Homeschooling – or Not?

A story picked up by the the Associated Press yesterday highlights a situation in which homeschooling is referenced, if not being actually done: EBENSBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Education is investigating whether children in a conservative Amish sect are being educated since their western Pennsylvania school was padlocked in a dispute over...
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Control Over Our Time

“Homeschooling gives us control over our time, one of our most precious and limited resources. We have more time to work with because we don’t have to ride school buses, collect endless forms, etc. We can get enough rest, which makes life much easier. We can plan our time in ways that work well...
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Andrew O’Hehir, Part II

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series at Salon.com. To read the first installment, Confessions of a Homeschooler, click here. Home schooling: How we do it By Andrew O’Hehir It all started with the hero of “Cars,” Lightning McQueen. As I wrote in the first installment of this series last month, home...
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New Homeschooling Video

A series of conversations about homeschooling from the Homeschool Association of California conference highlights various aspects of homeschooling, providing helpful information and friendly encouragement for anyone considering homeschooling, and perspective and insight for those already doing it. You can watch the entire 50 minute video, or select individual segments on various topics. The videos...
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