“Is there a letter for me?” questioned my youngest daughter, pleading with her eyes. Happily I was able to respond, “Yes, Honey, here it is.” As she grabbed the letter […]
I Felt Betrayed’: Employer Demands Grad Resign Or Be Fired Resign Or Be Fired A Texas homeschool graduate had been working as a correctional officer for a few weeks when […]
Teresa Brimage-Mayo started homeschooling her son Zach in 2021, following the COVID-19 pandemic. But she worried her choice would compromise his access to state-funded special needs therapy through the Ohio Autism Scholarship.
My New Year’s Resolution Resolution 2023 As the New Year approaches, many of us will soon be making resolutions. While lists of particular objectives are great (and I make these, […]
One of my favorite classes to teach was Poetry. My son and older daughter, 16 and 13 at the time, agree it was one of their all-time favorites, and even my younger daughter listened in…
Why I Love Family-Style Education Family-style When homeschooling multiple children, juggling a variety of grades comes with a unique set of challenges. While certain subjects, like math, need to be […]
Homeschooling through high school can seem like a daunting task.
The coronavirus pandemic sparked a dramatic increase in homeschooling around the world. Responses from governments to this trend have varied across a wide spectrum. The best news about homeschool law comes from Brazil.
No matter what career path you choose, you will always be a teacher, because that’s what parenting is.
Ah, midsummer. Though kids may be preoccupied with fireflies and pool parties, it’s certainly not too early for parents to start thinking about homeschool plans for the fall. One thing we urge you to put near the top of your checklist is connecting with other homeschool families.