The March-April 2011 issue of Home Education Magazine includes an interview with Dr. Thomas Armstrong, author of “In Their Own Way,” “The Myth of the A.D.D. Child,” and other books and videos. An in-depth discussion of the practice of labeling children, learning disabilities, and more. Also in this issue you’ll find several feature articles on [...]

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The Jan-Feb, 2011 issue of Home Education Magazine includes an Interview with author and HEM columnist Tamra Orr discusses writing, homeschooling, and how families can find their own approaches to living and learning together. Articles on sustaining homeschooling over the long haul, trying school, reading, writing, music lessons, and The Great American Road Trip provide [...]

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The Jan-Feb, 2011 issue of Home Education Magazine includes an Interview with author and HEM columnist Tamra Orr discusses writing, homeschooling, and how families can find their own approaches to living and learning together. Articles on sustaining homeschooling over the long haul, trying school, writing, reading, music lessons, and The Great American Road Trip provide [...]

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As homeschoolers, we need to be informed about daytime curfews for several reasons. * Although only a few communities have enacted curfews so far, the number is increasing. * Curfews undermine everyone’s basic freedoms. * Our efforts to oppose curfews are much more likely to be effective if we act now, before curfews are proposed [...]

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Before I found out that homeschooling existed I seriously considered bundling up my kids and heading for the hills. The state we moved from required attendance keeping showing 875 hours of instruction in the subjects taught in public schools. I was assured that with a little creativity and common sense the homeschool law was good. [...]

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Homeschooling is unavoidably political. The term “political” is used here not to suggest that homeschooling is a partisan issue to be identified as either Democratic or Republican or a key topic for local, state, and national elections. It is not to say that homeschoolers represent a large percent of the electorate. Instead, homeschooling is political [...]

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