The issues facing homeschoolers today are fundamentally the same as 30 years ago when HEM was first published. While communication is easier the underlying social question is, can parents be trusted with their kids?
Our political positions will support this answer in the affirmative. But this is not always the case nor is it always easy to understand the best course of action. That is why staying informed is so important.
Originally published in the May-June 1991 issue of Home Education Magazine, Homeschooling Freedoms At Risk is a must read for anyone interested in the homeschooling community.
This important Taking Charge column, by Larry and Susan Kaseman, ran in the July-Agust 1999 issue of Home Education Magazine.
“I take tremendous exception to the “great chance” proffered in any discussion of sharing school services or using alternative public school programs.”
An introduction to some of the national homeschooling organizations, associations, service groups, advocacy networks and special interest groups.