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Homeschooling: An Appealing
by Carren W. Joye
According to the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), an
estimated 2 million children in America are being homeschooled, with that
number rising by 15 percent each year. Indeed, home education has become
an appealing alternative to classroom instruction in recent years for
various reasons. These reasons are the issues that all parents consider
before deciding on public, private or home school. <more...>
Growth in Home Schooling
by Carl Caton
Another school year has begun and another amazing advance in the home
schooling movement. Rather than quote specific growth numbers, let me just
say that no other educational format is on the same upward trajectory as
the home schooling trend. It is an amazing time to participate in the
Popular Homeschool Methods
by Sonya Haskins
Charlotte Mason, a Christian educator in Britain in the late 1800s,
was a hands-on educator who believed in giving children the tools that
would guide them throughout life. She did this by encouraging "living
books," whole books, and firsthand sources for children rather than
reading secondhand material from textbooks. The Charlotte Mason Method
encourages the reading of entire books, particularly the classics and
other great <more...>
What Is Homeschooling And How Do I Know It's Right For My Family?
by Anita York
Do you know what these famous people have in common? <more...>
HOMESCHOOL-Where Do I Begin
by Kay Green
You have decided to home school your children. You have been
thinking and praying about it for some time. As September approaches you
know it is time. Where to start? The choices seem overwhelming. <more...>
Homeschooling Your Teenager
by Patricia R.
This year has brought a lot of changes for me. One of biggest
changes is returning to homeschooling. Many moons ago, I homeschooled all
of my children. For five years I taught 4 kids of varying grades in both
elementary and Middle School. I really enjoyed it, but the time came when
2 of them wanted to return to school. <more...>
Homeschooling: What's Next?
by Brian Thomas
So, you're homeschooling your children and the decision to put
them into the next academic setting arises. What do you do? What are some
of the options?
Many parents see homeschooling as a viable alternative to what they have
done over a year or more for their children's education. Some people even
bring their students from first grade all the way through high school.
However, most opt to homeschool for only a few years. Having children
either at home or grouped with other children for a year or more
represents a decision that many parents feel is well worth the sacrifice.
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