Sometimes blogging takes a lot of guts, and these are the posts to prove it!
Two weeks ago I shared my ten most popular posts from 2016. It was such an exciting post for me to write because I honestly never realized how many readers I have until I actually took the time to sit down and gather the numbers for that purpose. I am amazed and still feel so much gratitude for all of you.
While the posts chosen by all of you certainly hold a place near and dear to my heart, I have several others that did not make the cut of being one of my most viewed, but that I am so proud of having written. Continue reading “10 of My All-Time Favorite Posts from 2016”
Last week I wrote a pretty controversial post about the government’s role in the educational system. One of the points I made that is nearest and dearest to my heart is that school should not be mandatory. The government is not the parents- we are.
This idea brought about some wonderful and thought-provoking comments. So thought-provoking , in fact, that today’s post will be my attempt to address some of the questions that were raised by this non-conformist notion. Keep in mind that my responses are strictly my opinion, and I’m in no way claiming to be an expert on this sort of thing.
This is simply my way of putting forth the proposal, what if??? Continue reading “Imagine a World Free from Compulsory Schooling”
Ever since writing this post last week, I couldn’t help but keep turning the issue of government education over and over in my head. I’ve been having a really hard time wrapping my brain around why so many people- my former self included- just seem to obey whatever the powers-that-be tell them to do with their own children for 30-35 hours a week, 180 days a year.
I’m sorry, but it just isn’t right.
I’m really hoping against all hope to wake people up to this fact and at least ponder what I have to say here:
The government has no business being in the education business, and here are 5 reasons why:
Continue reading “5 Reasons Why the Government Should Stay Out of Education”