Posts Tagged ‘ Valerie Bonham Moon ’

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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HEM Issue Index

HEM Issue Index

The Home Education Magazine Back Issue Index spans a twelve-year period of HEM online, and a sampling of articles and columns from each issue are available free in these archives. You can quickly find specific topics with the search feature. Home Education Magazine consistently publishes the best articles, interviews, columns, resource reviews, political commentary...
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Tossed by the Fates

Tossed by the Fates

Tossed by the Fates is a blogged book for homeschooling parents with the American military. At this time it is still a work in progress, with new entries added as time goes by. This post is the table of contents to the book. Excerpts from the Introduction: The idea for this book surfaced on...
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Homeschool Legal Aid Analysis

Homeschool Legal Aid Analysis

Valerie Bonham Moon has produced a valuable breakdown and analysis of a large collection of homeschool legal problems, and she posted it at her blog, Happy as Kings. Here we present the opening paragraphs: “Social worker at the door? What is the main reason for homeschooler concern about legal problems? “The past few days...
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HSLDA Mixing Issues Again

Blogger and newshawk Valerie Bonham Moon takes HSLDA to task again for mixing homeschooling into the volatile health care issue in her post, “Health care reform politics from HSLDA“: “I want to do things other than ‘react’ to HSLDA. Reacting is not on my ‘to do list’ and reacting interferes with what I am...
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