Posts Tagged ‘ Taking Charge ’

Is Homeschooling Political?

Is Homeschooling Political?

Homeschooling is unavoidably political. The term “political” is used here not to suggest that homeschooling is a partisan issue to be identified as either Democratic or Republican or a key topic for local, state, and national elections. It is not to say that homeschoolers represent a large percent of the electorate. Instead, homeschooling is...
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Empowering Families in Tough Times

Empowering Families in Tough Times

In their March-April 2009 article for Taking Charge, longtime HEM columnists Larry and Susan Kaseman address the issue of “How Homeschooling Empowers Families in Tough Times.” They write: “In these tough economic times, we can increase our confidence and reduce our worries by considering the resources we have. We homeschoolers are aware of the...
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Yes to Parental Rights, No to Constitutional Amendment

In their July-August 2009 Taking Charge Column, Larry and Susan Kaseman address threats to our parental rights and responsibilities. Yes to Parental Rights, No to Constitutional Amendment As citizens, we need to be alert for threats to our rights and responsibilities, whether these threats come from the government or other organizations or both. Our...
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100th Taking Charge column

The 100th Taking Charge column by Larry and Susan Kaseman offers a sampling of excerpts spanning the years since 1992 and covering topics still timely today.
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