Homeschooling Why and How

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Learning that Works

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The Time Magazine article titled “Learning that Works” is about vocational training which dropped out of favor 40 years ago but is now getting attention.  It might just as easily be an article about what we in the homeschooling community … Continue reading

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Review of Homeschooling: Why and How

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Here is the first independent review of my book: Review of Homeschooling:  Why and How Fran Lewis: reviewer (I need to begin by saying that I taught for over 30 years in the NYC Public Schools in the same school … Continue reading

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Homeschooling and “doing it right”

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Homeschooling and “doing it right” (from Homeschooling:  Why and How, Introduction, pgs 12-13. ….one caution I must give (and I wax a bit philosophical to say this) is that we can control our own behavior but we can’t control the … Continue reading

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Tiger Moms

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I just read an awesome article on Tiger Moms in response to a homeschooling mother who was afraid she was cheating her kids out of success by unschooling. This is a fear we all have at one time or another, … Continue reading

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