Category Archives: Educational

Homeschooling Swims Against The Conformist Current (And That’s A Good Thing)

As I was filtering through my Facebook feed, I noticed a posting from my good friend, Dr. Brian Ray, of the National Home Education Research Institute (NEHRI). I often share his posts because they always reflect the reality of homeschooling, good and … Continue reading

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Common Core State Standards and The Free Market

Last night, I  had the pleasure to address a room full of patriots who have just recently been awakened to the serious threat that Common Core State Standards poses to educational freedom, parental rights, privacy, and the 10th amendment. Common … Continue reading

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The Slippery Slope Of The Loss Of Individual Liberties

Not long ago, I published this story on PolitiChicks.tv. Homeschoolers need to understand how close they are to losing individual freedom and liberty. Your parental rights, as homeschoolers, and Americans are being eroded. Here’s the PolitiChicks article: How does the … Continue reading

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Parental Rights Alert: HSLDA/ParentalRights.org Action Item

ParentalRights.org issued an alert, today, urging Missourians to contact the state legislature in support of HB 513. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Missouri, as follows: Section A. Chapter 1, RSMo, is amended by adding … Continue reading

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Homeschoolers Are Not Safe From Public Education Reform Policy

So, you homeschool your child(ren) because . . . . . . you want to provide a better quality curriculum, you want to address certain learning needs, you want to provide a religious perspective, you want to keep them safe … Continue reading

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Can You Trust Them To Support It If They Won’t Sign Their Name To It?

Educational choice is the new buzz word/phrase in the great educational reform debate. How quickly politicians learn just the right thing to say when trying to woo voters. But do their words line up with their actions? That’s the great … Continue reading

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Dr Brian Ray Conducts A Study Of African American Homeschoolers And Seeks Your Input

Fellow Homeschoolers, PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING OUT …..Pass on to any other homeschool families you know!!! A fellow homeschool mom assisting Dr. Brian Ray as he looks at the successes of homeschooled AfAm children asks for your help. Dr. Brian Ray … Continue reading

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Schooling VS. Education: Understanding The Differences

I started reading Gatto when I pulled my kids from public schools and began homeschooling. I and they began our exposure to a different way of thinking about education and why it is important and different from what the larger … Continue reading

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Engaged Homeschoolers In Missouri Affect SB706

It’s time for a legislative update. As of Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012 there are approximately 1278 pieces of legislation floating through the Missouri state capitol. Some are recycled from previous years and some are duplicates, but there are some very … Continue reading

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Liberals: Don’t Homeschool Your Kids – By Dana Goldstein

Ok, after reading this article, my brain is so overcharged with comment, I can’t slow it down enough to type articulately, my thoughts, so I am posting it here for you to read, and hopefully begin a conversation. Yet whether … Continue reading

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