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Results for: History of homeschooling

History of Homeschooling Directory Page

Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums  AN A TO Z ARTICLE In the early days of AOL they sent out a little monthly magazine much like a TV Guide, telling when the chats would be and other interesting features they had. Ravage of Home Education Through Exclusion By Religion AN Z TO Z ARTICLE...
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John Holt & the History of Homeschooling

When people write about the history of the homeschooling movement there's one name which comes quickly to mind: John Holt, the gently but relentlessly questioning author and educator who founded the first newsletter about taking or keeping one's children out of school, Growing Without Schooling, often better known as GWS.
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History of Homeschooling

Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums  AN A TO Z ARTICLE In the early days of AOL they sent out a little monthly magazine much like a TV Guide, telling when the chats would be and other interesting features they had. Ravage of Home Education Through Exclusion By Religion AN Z TO Z ARTICLE...
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Women’s Equality Day History & More

Learn about Women’s Equality Day history and the women's rights activists who made it all possible. Celebrate this day by teaching your child about the importance of this movement with games, activities and more!
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History of Mardi Gras

Celebrate Mardi Gras with these fabulous homeschool resources. Learn about the history of Mardi Gras, find fun book suggestions, and get instructions for entertaining activities to include Fat Tuesday in your homeschool day.
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African American Homeschooling

Homeschooling is on the rise with African-Americans.  Though there may be a multitude of reasons, many families are finding homeschooling as the best educational option for them. Many black parents want to teach their children traditional Afrocentric values and homeschooling is the perfect way to do that. Other black homeschoolers want to focus on...
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The 16 Year Old Homeschooling Experience

Welcome to the homeschooling world. As a rookie homeschooler, you’re probably wondering what to expect while you homeschool your sixteen year old. Well, one thing that many veteran homeschoolers enjoy is the flexibility and freedom. They schedule class when they want and teach where they want. You don’t have restrictions like traditional schools.  ...
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15 Teen Year Olds and Homeschooling

Time flies; your child turned fifteen years old and now you’re preparing for an exciting homeschooling year. New homeschoolers have many questions. Especially when dealing with teenagers.   The questions range from what should you expect from homeschooling a fifteen year old, what are other children in the same age range learning, and what...
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13 Year Olds and Homeschooling

Homeschooling gives parents the ability to customize their own schedule, pick out the curriculum that best works for their children and delve into subjects that traditional schools don’t cover. As a family, you are empowered to build your own homeschooling programs, which means your thirteen year old will have an education that fits their...
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12 Year Olds and Homeschooling

The Twelve Year Old Homeschooling Experience Welcome to the wonderful world of homeschooling. Regardless of your status as an experienced homeschooler or rookie homeschooler, you’re here to learn about what to expect this year from your 12 year old. And you’re probably visiting this site because you have questions. All homeschoolers do, so don’t...
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India Homeschooling

Alternative Education in India It was suggested to us in India that we could encourage parents who are seriously dissatisfied with their children’s schooling to consider the option of home educating. Thus I have circulated an article (shown below), initiated this web page, and started a mailing list so that those interested and concerned...
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California Charter Schools for Homeschooling by County

Some California homeschool families prefer not to homeschool independently, but rather through an institution operated either through the state or as an independent organization. This is a list of California charter schools that support your choice to school at home.
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American Revolution – American History for Kids

Stories and Videos of the American Revolution How did compliant colonials with strong ties to Europe get the notion to become an independent nation? How did the American Revolution get started? The American Revolution Event by event you can find out what happened during the Revolution. Boston Tea Party Facts The Boston Tea Party-Destruction...
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North Dakota Homeschooling

North Dakota has one of the strictest homeschool laws in the country. Thanks to the oil boom, homeschool groups have only recently sprung up around the state of North Dakota, and hopefully new leaders will work to amend the state homeschooling laws. Associations Events Field Trips Independent Study Program Legal Information Online Social Networks...
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# 7 – Homeschooling : The Teen Years, by Cafi Cohen

The teen years are when many homeschooling parents start to question or abandon their efforts. It's a precarious time, with challenging academics, pressing social issues, and the prospect of college looming. Parents can now breathe easy: this guide calms the teen-time jitters and even offers hope to those just turning to homeschooling now that...
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Homeschooling with Chronic Illness

Homeschooling with Chronic Illness, having a severe injury, natural disasters can seem undaunting challenges. Websites recommended by your Homeschool Guide. 10 Tips for Homeschooling with a Chronic Illness Life has been slow in our homeschool lately. I have struggled with Fibromyalgia pain for several years. Then, this past December I was diagnosed with Lupus...
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