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Homeschooling is more than just education at home. Homeschool parents, children, tutors, and anyone interested in learning online, a structured home classroom or unstructured unschooling will find A2Z Home's Cool an "cool" home school blog.

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Advice

Homeschool Webmasters Email List
A “techy talk” email list for those creating or maintaining homeschooling websites. Sponsored by your Guide, Ann Zeise.

How spammers get email addresses examined in Longwood study
February 7, 2013.If you want to cut down on the spam you receive, obfuscate your email address. That’s the recommendation of a Longwood University computer science professor who has studied how spammers get your address.

An OPEN approach to social media outreach
As link building evolves, it seems like it’s more and more about relationships.

The Virtual Activist
A training course on using email and the web. Can be applied to homeschooling advocacy.

Directories

Email Lists for Leaders
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
Support and encouragement via email for those in leadership roles, especially online.

Homeschooling Email Lists and Free Newsletters
Karen Gibson has moved her listing of email lists and free newsletters to her new site, Leapin’ From the Box. Email lists can be an excellent way to gain support and information for your home education journey and to also find like-minded friends.

Online Support for Those Homeschooling Teenagers
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
Message boards and email lists for parents who homeschool teenagers.

Yahoo Groups
This is the search results page for “homeschooling.” When I made this link, there were over 7197 homeschooling groups with lists on Yahoo.

Guide’s Best Bets

1Parent_hs
Single Parents who are homeschooling their children will find encouragement, homeschooling support, and a place to share resources among friends.

Afrocentric Homeschoolers Association Facebook Group
AHA is for homeschoolers/unschoolers/deschoolers/home-based educators of everywhere! It is for people who are taking charge of their children’s education, involving Afrocentric programming.

Association of Homeschool Attorneys
This association is a network of attorneys and legal experts that are concerned with litigation pending and threatened against homeschoolers. Moderated by Linda J. Conrad Jansen, an attorney and Legal/Legislative Chair of the HomeSchool Association of California.

Gay Homeschoolers
For homeschoolers who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or straight allies, and parents of children with those orientations.

Heart of Homeschool Moms Support Group
This list was created to provide a safe, supportive place for Homeschooling Moms that also happen to suffer from depression.

HEM-Networking
This list is sponsored by Home Education Magazine (HEM) for networking and communication within the homeschooling community.

High School Home Ed Mail List
AOL’s mail list with both parent and teen members reassuring each other it can be done through high school. In the message put “subscribe highschool-home-ed Your Name”

Homeschool Daycare
This list is for those who homeschool their children AND run a daycare in their own homes as well. This is not an easy task and I would like us to be able to support each other, as well as share ideas, tips etc.

Homeschool Support Network
This list is for those needing support, help, and advice about homeschooling, unschooling, eclectic schooling or other alternative educational programs including homeschooling special needs and gifted students.

Homeschooling Boys
This is a group of mostly homeschool Moms who are devoted to our sons, who are on a constant search for resources &; wisdom for raising young men with character, integrity — preparing them for life.

Kindergarten_at_Home
Discussion list for parents homeschooling preschool and kindergarten, ages 1-5. Topics include curriculum selection (whether necessary or not), teaching tips, creative learning ideas, time management, as well as others.

Organize-to-Homeschool
Homeschoolers face tremendous demands on their organizational skills. Frequently creative, hardworking, and goal oriented, they must manage the home, other children, teaching, and the many other demands of a stay-at-home parent.

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