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Posts Tagged ‘ working ’

Free K12 Homeschooling

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How to have a totally free K12 homeschool experience online and off. Free resources from A2Z Home's Cool.
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Homeschool Children In Entertainment Industry

Children in the entertainment industry and sports often need especially accommodating tutors, willing to travel with them.
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Homeschoolers at Work

Career Coaching Be Your Homeschool Teen’s “Career Coach” As their career coach you will help them make decisions that will show the true value of the home schooling experience. By Jim Davis. Dear Kids, You Don’t Have to Go to College I want you to know that you don’t have to go to college...
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Homeschooling on a Budget

How much does it cost to homeschool? How can we tightly budget and still give our children a fine education? Budgeting A Tax Write-off? AN A to Z ARTICLE Can I write off any homeschooling expenses on my taxes? How Much Does Homeschooling cost? By Kamay Flemens. January 8, 2015. Personal and small survey...
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How to Work and Homeschool, by Pamela Price

How to Work and Homeschool, by Pamela Price

Filled with real world examples and tried-and-tested approaches, "How to Work and Homeschool" will give you the ideas and confidence to develop a game plan to incorporate work, homeschool, family obligations, and more into your busy life.
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May I homeschool someone else’s children?

May I homeschool someone else’s children?

I often get asked if a person can homeschool someone else’s child, so I am going to write this answer to all of you. There are two scenarios. The person asking is a relative, such as a grandparent, older sibling, or other relative. They will be educating their relative at no charge. The second is...
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Single Parent and Working – Homeschooling Alone

Homeschooling Alone as a Single Parent by Ann Zeise > I wish that I could stay at home and teach > her myself but I’m a single parent and I have to work. There is really no reason that homeschooling can’t be done completely on weekends and holidays. Do the math… Many states have some...
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The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling, by Robyn Dolan

The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling, by Robyn Dolan

The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling by Robyn Dolan The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling will inform and empower working parents with tools and resources to homeschool. Working parents will explore time management, child care arrangements while working, how to teach and more, with real life working parents’ solutions to each of these issues....
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Working & Single Parents and Homeschooling

Working & Single Parents and Homeschooling

Being a working, single parent, or needing all adults to go to work can seem undaunting barriers to homeschooling, but with support you can do it.
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Working from Home and Homeschool

Keeping the Income Coming From web development, to sewing, from legal work to farming, parents have figured out ways to continue personal development and increase income while still homeschooling their children. by Ann Zeise & members of the Email List From:Scrapsensations I haven’t even started homeschooling yet but I will be in July! yeah me!...
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