Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling freedoms ’

A Matter of Conscience

A Matter of Conscience

Kelly Green is a Canadian/American editor, writer, homeschooling mother and activist, and she believes “…what has happened in England and Sweden in the past year is going to have an impact on education law and civil liberties the world over.” Kelly has been following, assisting, and writing about these situations for some time on...
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Save Money and Homeschool Freedoms

Save Money and Homeschool Freedoms

Homeschooling curriculum can be very expensive. But determined, ingenious homeschoolers have figured out many ways to get outstanding curriculums and learning resources for very little money, regardless of the approach to homeschooling they have chosen. This column discusses reasons to save money, including the fact that the less we spend, the less likely we...
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How Parents Benefit from Homeschooling

How Parents Benefit from Homeschooling

We parents put a lot into homeschooling. It costs us a lot of time: time to learn about, prepare for, and do homeschooling, plus free time that we don’t have because our kids don’t go off to school. Then there’s the money: expenses we assume when we turn down free public education plus the...
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No School Today?

No School Today?

We were at the dentist’s office last Tuesday. As the hygienist peered into the mouth of my six-year-old, she made friendly conversation with him. To most others, her line of questioning would be nothing other than small talk, but I stood in the doorway, palms sweating and heart thumping, waiting for the conversation to...
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Sept-Oct Issue

Sept-Oct Issue

Check out the great line-up of articles and columns coming in our Sept-Oct issue, including Mary Nix’s interview with HEM articles editor, Jeanne Faulconer, who describes how her state organization, VAHomeschoolers, produces their superb publication, the VAHomeschoolers Voice. Subscribe to Home Education Magazine today and read all the upcoming issues with great articles, wonderful...
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