Apples and Oranges – Rocks and Pears, Schools and Homeschools
Have you ever thought about what makes homeschooling such a unique approach to living and learning with our children? Have you ever considered why it changes our lives in ways no other educational option can? Helen Hegener, HEM M/J 2004.
Debunking the myths of home schooling
With one to two million American children learning outside of school, home schooling can no longer be considered an extremist position or fad. Home schooling is a valid and effective educational option. By Lisa Rivero.
The Homeschool Alternative
Home based education legal in all 50 states — is a growing movement that offers parents and children alike the opportunity to grow and learn in a loving and supportive environment. By Kris Bordessa.
Homeschooling, by Patricia M. Lines
Choosing to homeschool or to traditionally educate a child is often a difficult and confusing decision for parents and guardians. To help them make the best choice possible, this brochure answers basic questions about homeschooling and suggests other useful sources of information.
There are a number of reasons why homeschooling works, and why we must protect the diversity of homeschooling practices to continue this success.
I Was Homeschooled and I Just Didn’t Know It
After recently hearing about home schooling and reading some of the articles and philosophy of this wonderful way of life, I realized that, in fact, I had been home schooled, and that is the reason I am a well educated person today. by Elaine Edwards.
The Moore Formula
Properly done, home education offers low-stress, low-cost, and high achievement and sociability from a balance of study, work, and service. Few curricula do this! Dr. Raymond Moore, founder of the modern homeschool movement.
Parents Deciding and Directing
Homeschooling is parents deciding and directing the education of their children. Deciding and directing the education, not doing all the educating. From At Home in America.