Posts Tagged ‘ Mark Hegener ’

Freedoms at Risk, 20 Years Later

“The history of the homeschool movement is instructive, in its details and its broader lessons, for the national politics of today.” Twenty years ago the publishers of this magazine, along with many who comprised the active leadership of the then-still-new homeschooling movement, produced a foundational piece of writing which still informs and educates, titled...
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Past Informing the Future

Past Informing the Future

The HEM Classics feature for the March/April issue of Home Education Magazine is Classic Editorials from the late 1980′s and early 1990′s, a time in which homeschooling was not only exploding on the American scene, but was struggling with power plays and a blatant usurpation of the political strength and savvy of homeschooling families....
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Homeschooling History

Homeschooling History

Back issues of Home Education Magazine are available individually or in annual sets for the last ten years, from 2000 through 2009, but further back in our 27 year publishing history the available issues start getting a little thinner, and some issues can no longer be ordered. Only single issues are available for 2001,...
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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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About Us

About Us

Home Education Magazine is still owned and published by founders Mark and Helen Hegener and their third-generation homeschooling family. We understand homeschooling because we have always been homeschoolers. In 1983 we began publishing Home Education Magazine for homeschooling families across the country, and now, over twenty-five years later, HEM is respected as the premier...
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