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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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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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Harvard Study Says “Good Teachers” Shape The Futures Of Children. What About Parents?

The New York Times released a story on a study linking “good teaching” to lasting positive affects on students. The study, conducted by Harvard and Columbia University researchers, tracked 2.5 million students over a 20 year period and concluded: Elementary- … Continue reading

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Legislation Updates and Other Info

If you have not sent in a witness form to the Senate Education Committee in Jefferson City, there is still time. The Senate Education Committee will debate SB 20, SB 21 and SB 124 on Wednesday, February 9th at 3PM. … Continue reading

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