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Beyond Just Survival: Homeschooling after Divorce

Don’t look too far ahead—Take it one day and even one hour at a time.
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What I Love (and Hate) About Achievement Tests

The pros and cons. . . 
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Single-Parent Homeschooling: Success Strategies Q&A (Sept. 16, 7PM ET)

Single working mom and army wife share how flexibility, planning, support, innovation create customized homeschooling where kids thrive: watch free webinar!
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What Is Freedom For?

What does homeschooling look like? Every family is beautiful and unique—here’s a quick glimpse of how freedom enables every family to homeschool in the way that’s best for their children.
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Since When are Homeschoolers Dropouts?

Confusion over policies regarding withdrawing from high school have made it harder for some Indiana families who want to start homeschooling their teens.
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How This Homeschool Grad Changed an Admission Director’s Mind

After several years in a Montessori school, Stori Peterson homeschooled through high school. However, her plans to study English came to an abrupt halt when a college admission official questioned the validity of her homeschool education.
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Swedish Supreme Court Unmoved by Unprecedented Contact in Homeschool Case

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Our Monkeys Visit the Zoo

Lions, giraffes . . . and a lively toddler!
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5 Tips and Flips

Almost every piece of good advice has a balancing flipside.  Here are a few. 
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Teach With All Your Might

When homeschooling, the little, everyday bits of learning are often what make the most impact.
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For the Love of Work

A slightly different definition of work. 
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Lights . . . Camera . . . School!

There’s more than one way to beat the winter blues! 
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Virginia Children Can Now Attend a Private School by Staying Home

Thinking of homeschooling via private school in Virginia? Click here to read everything you need to know!
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Kids in the Kitchen: Teaching our Children to Cook

Allowing our kids in the kitchen can allow for important learning opportunities.  
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“Alright, That’s It! The House Is a Mess!” | Helping Kids Accept Consequences

Tired of a messy house? It doesn’t have to stay that way! Here’s this mom’s strategy.
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The Midweek Sabbath (A Dialogue)

Do you feel like your calendar controls you? Here’s how to push back!
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Teaching Our Children About Tragedy

It’s not easy, but don’t be afraid to give them space to grieve. 
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7 Simple Steps to Start Homeschooling

Thinking about starting homeschooling? Here’s the 7 simple steps you need to get started.
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Summer Book Round-up

The summer books I selected are stories about bravery, curiosity, play, and the exploration of the natural world. Grab a glass of lemonade, a stack of books, and sit under a tree to read to your preschooler.
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How a Teen with Asperger’s Became an Entrepreneur

He used to avoid talking with people. Now he’s a spokesperson for how homeschooling can help other struggling students.
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