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Posts Tagged ‘ History of Homeschooling ’

Acting Confident as you Homeschool

Acting Confident as you Homeschool

We like to exude confidence in our decision, even if we ever have misgivings, little niggling misgivings about "what if I'd made another choice!?"
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Ann Zeise of A to Z Home’s Cool

Ann Zeise of A to Z Home’s Cool

Ann Zeise is a longtime Mac enthusiast, and a homegrown, self-taught Webmaster with a natural flair for marketing a homeschool site.
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Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums

Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums

By Ann Zeise December 2002 marks my 13th year online. I had seen a November 1989 magazine offering a charter membership to some sort of thing called America On Line, and since I had recently inherited a free 1200 baud modem from someone, and had hitched it up to my MacPlus, I was looking...
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Roots 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. John Holt was definitely the...
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The Ravage of Home Education Through Exclusion By Religion _ page 2

Farris' service is offset by unilateral initiatives, creating alarm after alarm that spell catastrophe to the home education movement. By Raymond S. Moore.
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