Happy Saturday! We hope you had a great week. We’ve gathered more news from around the web regarding homeschooling and associated concerns. Enjoy! First, a little humor. Here’s a satirical look at the state of math edumacashun in America over the last few decades. Take a Look at the Difference In How Schools Used to Teach MathRead more
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This infographic is a concise and whimsical overview of homeschooling in America. It does a good job of providing a brief history of homeschooling as well as a few other fun and interesting facts.
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Here’s a collection of the some of the latest news from around the internet regarding homeschooling. House Panel Approves Asylum Bill for Homeschoolers It’s sad that people from other nations have to deal with persecution for their choice to educate their children at home (see here). We must be thankful to God for what we areRead more
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Matt Walsh Destroys Stale Arguments Against Homeschooling
Here’s a great post from The Matt Walsh Blog that is worthy of your time and attention. If you value your freedoms, and especially your right to homeschool your children, you need to read “Politician: Lets Treat All Homeschool Parents Like Felony Child Abusers”. “If you do not have the right to teach and raise your ownRead more