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How Homeschoolers Can Do Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Childcare Co-Ops
AN A to Z ARTICLE
How to organize with your friends and their friends to form an local childcare co-op for occassional childcare.

Help the 10,100 Fired Teachers in California
AN A to Z ARTICLE
If we enfold these teachers into our midsts, let them see that we are fairly wise families with really nice kids, we could wind up with a huge resource of supportive people willing to help us out should our own current political problems grow worse.

The Homeschooling Image: Public Relations Basics
AN A to Z ARTICLE
An ebook version of Mary Griffith’s The Homeschooling Image: Public Relations Basics, originally published in 1996. Updated in 2008.

Local Site Wish List
AN A to Z ARTICLE
What homeschooling families would like to find on web pages from library, parenting, and community organizations.

Making Your Homeschool Support Group Website Special
AN A to Z ARTICLE
The very top support group sites do not try to duplicate the efforts of state association sites or comprehensive homeschool websites, but focus instead on what they know that the “Big Guys” do not: their local resources.

Working With Museums
AN A to Z ARTICLE
Report from the Effective Strategies for Working with Homeschoolers session at the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM) Conference. By Debi Richter.

Homeschooling Advocacy Step by Step
Discussing homeschooling with the media doesn’t have to be a nightmare. It can be a positive and productive experience for both homeschoolers and reporters. Read here for some ideas for how to handle some common concerns about media relations and homeschooling. By Celeste Land, VHEA Government Affairs Chair.

HomeSchoolingRadio.com
Listen to homeschoolers share their experiences and suggestions saved from this online radio show.

The Homeschooling Image
An ebook version of Mary Griffith’s The Homeschooling Image: Public Relations Basics, originally published in 1996. Updated.

Media Guidelines
Holly Furgason talks about what to do before an interview, how to put your kids first during the interview and other tips. Be yourself and try to relax. Use your everyday speech. This is not the time to up grade your vocabulary. You’re doing a great job homeschooling and you want them to know it!

When the Media Calls, You Can Answer
With the accelerating media interest in homeschooling, chances are increasing that you will receive a request to speak with a reporter for a magazine or newspaper article, a television or radio program. What will you do? By Shay Seaborne.

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