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Feb24
Individualized Learning is a Respecter of Persons, Not Timing

Individualized Learning is a Respecter of Persons, Not Timing

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Learning is a slow, steady, and oh, so personal process. It marks points in our kids’ maturity and lives without any interest in uniformity or really, convenience.

Jan15
Graduation is not the goal; it’s the by-product.

Graduation is not the goal; it’s the by-product.

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To say the high school goal is to graduate is much like saying one’s career goal is to be successful; both are temporal.

Dec10
Bye-bye, Homeschooling: Heading Back To Public School

Bye-bye, Homeschooling: Heading Back To Public School

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After two and a half years of homeschooling, my autistic teen is embarking on a new adventure. Here’s why, and how we’re hoping to make it work.

Dec03
Homeschooling Selects Specialization Over Well-roundedness

Homeschooling Selects Specialization Over Well-roundedness

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Many homeschooling families are not as concerned with offering their children a well-rounded education as they are with walking alongside them as they find their place in the world.

Nov04
Career-minded Parents Can Homeschool Too!

Career-minded Parents Can Homeschool Too!

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There is a misconception that homeschooling is only for the privileged few, but homeschooling is an educational option for single-income, as well as dual-income households.

Oct08
Failure is a Possibility. Expect it.

Failure is a Possibility. Expect it.

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Throughout this homeschooling journey, I have learned the only sure-fire way to fail is never to try at all. It is why a solid education requires a sustained effort, regardless of where that education occurs.

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