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Course Numbers and Transcript Details

What important pieces should always be included when preparing a transcript for a college? Learn here.
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World Trade Center Crumbles

The dramatic and tragic events of the last few days are so horrible that we might like to shield our children from them. But with an event of such magnitude, it is impossible to do so.
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Multiplication Made Easy

Multiplication tips and tricks to help you memorize the tables. Websites recommended by your Homeschool Guide.
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Foreign Service Homeschooling

  The desire to remain close as a family has not escaped those who work for the American Foreign Service. While the lure of glossy advertisements in the American Foreign Service Association Journal to send their children to private boarding schools stateside may provoke some with their promise of attaining high academic skills, others are noting that...
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Online Buddies Bash

Fellowship On Online Support Systems. By Ann Zeise Many homeschool parents and kids, isolated from other homeschool families or not, enjoy the fellowship on online support found through chats, message boards and email lists. Though the prevailing wisdom says to be careful about meeting folks offline that you meet online, often trust is built through months of exchanged...
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History of Homeschooling Directory Page

A Brief History of American Homeschooling Excerpted from Homeschoolers’ Success Stories: 15 Adults and 12 Young People Share the Impact That Homeschooling Has Made on Their Lives by Linda Dobson (Prima Publishing, (c) 2000.) Homeschooling Research Notes Homeschool: An American History author, Milton Gaither, writes about his process, and his errors. A good resource...
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Cool Homes

By Ann Zeise Knock on the door of each homeschooling family’s virtual home on the web and you will see what reasons they have for homeschooling and what advice they have for you. Get a glimpse about what homeschooling is like in different states, provinces and parts of the world, in cities and in...
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Socialization: The “S” Word Part 1

By Ann Zeise Email me about socialization questions or remarks you’ve heard and how you responded, and I’ll add the most poignant or funny here. Please refer to the “Socialization” article when you write. Homeschool Alumni Socialization Blues “Socialization Blues” by Israel Wayne, performed at the 2006 Homeschool Alumni National Reunion, July 28-30. “Aren’t you...
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