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Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool history ’

5 Women Making STEM History that Your Kids Should Know

Celebrate Women’s History Month with these 5 women making STEM history that your kids should know.

Celebrate Women’s History Month with these 5 women making STEM history that your kids should know.
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New Scholastic-I Survived

Check out the new Scholastic book from the I Survived series! Learn about the Normandy landings, a battle that would change the course of World War II, with I SURVIVED: THE BATTLE OF D-DAY, 1944.

Check out the new Scholastic book from the I Survived series! Learn about the Normandy landings, a battle that would change the course of World War II, with I SURVIVED: THE BATTLE OF D-DAY, 1944.
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History of Homeschooling

John Caldwell Holt (April 14, 1923 – September 14, 1985) was an American author and educator, a proponent of homeschooling or unschooling, and a pioneer in youth rights theory.

When people write about the history of the homeschooling movement there's one name which comes quickly to mind: John Holt. By Helen Hegener.
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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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