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Homeschooling and Religious Freedom

Legal advocacy groups are urging homeschooling families to work at the local level to secure extra protections for religious freedom.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • March 29, 2013 |
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The Truth Behind Homeschooling

I am probably not your typical homeschooler. And it's been a long journey figuring things out.

Homeschool Support Groups: Do You Need One?

The Bible clearly encourages employing the counsel of others in our endeavors, and homeschooling is no exception.

A Spartan Legacy

The ancient Spartans understood that they needed to raise children who embraced self-sacrifice more than any pleasures.

Math Apps—Worth Their Weight in Gold!

Freedom, flexibility, and the use of educational apps has truly revolutionized our homeschooling.

Our Ever-Evolving Homeschool

As you learn about your children, you are better able to adapt your environment for them, enabling them to be even more successful.

Public, Private, or Home Education...What Are My Options?

Trying comparing these categories: responsibility, academics, supplementary curriculum, values, safety, and environment.

Homeschool’s New Day in China

Parents all over China look at Zheng Yaqi’s success and wonder if maybe homeschooling has contributed to his creative endeavors.

The Power of Enjoyment

When children are motivated they have a zest for learning that extends beyond Legos and bikes to science, history, and literature.

Mason-Inspired Methods for Teaching Writing

Through these regular practices, students gain invaluable writing skills that will serve them well in college and in real life.

The Debate Over Daytime Curfews

Proponents of daytime curfews have good intentions: to decrease juvenile crime and increase the high school graduation rate.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • March 06, 2013 |
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Be Careful While Reading Research Results

Home-educated graduates are the most likely to get divorced? Most likely to feel prepared for a vibrant spiritual life?

  • Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. |
  • March 04, 2013 |
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10 Essential Elements of a Thriving Homeschool Co-Op

The pleasures of homeschooling our children are many, the rewards great, and the challenges plentiful.

Identifying and Correcting Blocked Learning Gates

Are you working at home with a bright, hardworking child or teenager who has to work too hard to learn?

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • February 27, 2013 |
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Why Literature? The Case for Huckleberry Finn

Parents often ask my wife Missy and me why we give classic literature such a prominent place in our curriculum.

When a Child Doesn’t Remember What He Reads!

“Word calling” is a left-brain task, while creating a "picture"of those words is the responsibility of the right-brain hemisphere.

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • February 22, 2013 |
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Totally Epic

The first Greek epic was invented even before the Greek alphabet was finished.

To Co-Op or Not to Co-Op—That Is the Question

Maybe you’ve been wondering about the ins and outs of co-op and questioning whether or not to join. If so, here are some tips.

The Influence of the Classics: What Makes Great Writing?

One of the best pieces of advice for any student is to read classic literature. But what makes writing "classic" or "great"?

Too Many Questions for Mom

Putting a routine into place will be the single most helpful weapon in your arsenal to assure homeschooling success.

  • Kendra Fletcher |
  • February 11, 2013 |
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