Posts Tagged ‘ Larry and Susan Kaseman ’

November Update

I have been remiss in keeping our Home Education Magazine readers and supporters updated, but there is good news to share on several fronts. Regarding the lawsuit which has created problems for us for many months now: We are awaiting the plaintiff’s signatures on the settlement agreement arrived at on October 13th. There has...
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Holding the Center of Homeschooling

Holding the Center of Homeschooling

As I check my feedreaders for information and news about homeschooling, I’m surprised by the number of articles and blog essays which appear these days; it seem as though the annual back-to-school parade now necessitates an almost parallel reporting on the cutely-tagged ‘not-back-to-school’ crowd. As a result, homeschooling seems to have become a media...
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Age Discrimination

Age Discrimination

Reading through the current issue of Education Revolution, I found an interesting article by Elana Davidson titled “Moving Beyond Age Discrimination,” with this highlighted quote: “Children are the only classification of citizens in our society against whom discriminatory abuse is not only legal, but actually encouraged and carried out by laws themselves.” What is...
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Public School Programs Are Not Homeschooling

By the 1990’s homeschooling had become an accepted alternative to public schooling and traditional private schools. Dozens of books touted homeschooling as a desirable approach to living and learning together as a family; newspaper articles and interviews showcased happy, smiling children and their proudly beaming parents. The movement had arrived, found its place in...
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