Posts Tagged ‘ Tamra Orr ’

Back Issue Sale

Back Issue Sale

The HEM Back Issue Sale offers 6 issue packages at $15.00 each postpaid, which saves $11.00 off the regular price! Every issue includes several feature articles, an interview, and columnists writing about a homeschool father’s perspective, political awareness and action, questions and answers about homeschooling, great homeschool resources and much more! Order back issue...
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A Parenting Pre-Nup

A Parenting Pre-Nup

I have some pretty darn strong opinions about parenting. (Okay, that was a vast understatement, but give me a break.) These opinions are based on countless hours of research that I did when I was first becoming a parent. I read voraciously. I talked to people. I went to conferences. I did everything I...
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If They Need It…

If They Need It…

During a recent dinner conversation, a guest mentioned Jimmy Carter and one of my children (who asked to remain nameless) said, “Who is that? Is he a friend of yours?” Awkward silence. I quickly took the child aside and gave a 30 second explanation that Carter was a former president, and then we returned...
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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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Asking Questions, Finding Answers

Asking Questions, Finding Answers

Asking Questions, Finding Answers: A Parent’s Journey through Homeschooling, Tamra Orr’s newly updated and expanded book, is arranged in an engaging question and answer format that provides information and perspective about nearly every imaginable homeschooling issue. Tamra complements her own considerable knowledge and understanding with well-wrought essays by homeschooling parents and teens, whose voices...
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