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Aug05
Don’t Fall into the “Let’s Get Through It” Mentality

Don’t Fall into the “Let’s Get Through It” Mentality

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As a home educator, I am required to take full responsibility for asking questions when presented with new information, which is exactly what this year’s homeschool conference forced me to remember.

Jul01
Building the Framework for Life-long Learners

Building the Framework for Life-long Learners

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Regardless of where a child’s learning occurs, it is my experience that most parents agree about the importance of taking an active role in their child’s education.

May14
Lessons From An Accidental Homeschooler

Lessons From An Accidental Homeschooler

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I never thought I’d homeschool my kid, but somehow this is where we ended up. Spoiler: We both kind of love it.

Jan16
What You Need to Know To Discuss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Your Kids

What You Need to Know To Discuss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Your Kids

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Every year, when we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I find myself re-learning things I already knew and finding new information which lead me to thinking about what it is we really need to know about Dr. King when we’re teaching our children and, in my case, students.

Nov12
When the School Can’t (or Won’t) Help Your Child

When the School Can’t (or Won’t) Help Your Child

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I’m worried something isn’t quite “right” with my daughter, but her school keeps finding excuses for not evaluating our concerns. Where do I turn for help?

Apr13
Redshirting, from the Other Side

Redshirting, from the Other Side

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But what happens as the years pass? I never really hear people talk about this. What about redshirting from the other side of the equation, when these boys are getting ready to graduate and move on to college. Six, eight, ten years later are the parents still happy with their decision.

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