As homeschool parents, we have people like HSLDA and the homeschool pioneers to thank for the freedom we have today. Just a few decades ago, homeschooling wasn’t as accessible as it is today. In fact, it wasn’t even legalized in every state until 1989.
It’s so important to not take what others have done before us for granted.
That’s why when you get requests like THIS, you need to think about the possible repercussions before accepting them.
Learning the history of public education will change the way you homeschool.
In this day and age, coming across homeschooling advice is as easy as the press of a button.
While tons of useful guidance of all kinds is available, there’s one thing I haven’t seen mentioned thus far. I’m going to tackle it today because I believe it can be vital to the well-being of any homeschool, and it’s something that I don’t think a lot of people give much thought to.
Okay, here goes. Continue reading “Here’s What Every Homeschooling Parent NEEDS to Know”
As someone who has been around the homeschooling community both in real life and online for the past eight years, I’ve come across some real whoppers about homeschooling.
While those of us who actually know what this life is all about may roll our eyes at these falsehoods, they can actually pose a real problem for those who are either considering homeschooling or who may have just started. (I made a YouTube video about this here.) Continue reading “10 Lies About Homeschooling You Need to Ignore”