Posts Tagged ‘ Kelly Green ’

A Whole New Game, by Kelly Green

A Whole New Game, by Kelly Green

Sure, homeschooling is effective. Yes, homeschooling produces well-educated, functional adults who contribute to their communities and can support themselves financially. But that’s all old news. So what’s the new news? The new news is that, like Billy Beane’s Athletics, we have changed the terms of engagement. Only we go even further than the A’s....
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September-October Issue

September-October Issue

The September-October issue of Home Education Magazine is still the current issue, and it features an interview with Virginia homeschooling mom Jeanne Faulconer, the articles editor for Home Education Magazine, editor of the VaHomeschoolers Voice, and a speaker on homeschooling and family issues. Articles in this issue include First Year Homeschool Blues, Building Your...
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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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