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100 Reasons Why Homeschooling is Good for Families
Abundant Life
Homeschooling is good for families! This creative lists looks at 100 ways that homeschooling can enrich the lives of your children, yourself and your spouse.
Common Objections to Homeschooling
John Holt
John Holt answered common questions from homeschoolers and educators.
Dear New Homeschooler
A look at the process new homeschoolers go through to find resources and information on the internet.
Deciding To Homeschool Is Not About If You'll Do a Good Job
Penelope Truck
There is so much research about how useless school is that you have to be in complete denial to put your kids in school. Penelope Trunk details why the choice to homeschool was a no-brainer for her.
Education: 12 Benefits of Home-Schooling
Toni J. Spearman
This African-American mom shares her reasons for homeschooling her children and details the benefits she has seen.
Homeschool is a How-To-Live Decision, Not a How-To-Learn Decision
Penelope Trunk
Homeschooling is a huge family decision. It's not a schooling decision. It's a decision about what the values of a family are. Deciding to homeschool or not is a fundamental decision about family life. There is a point when kids can decide for themselves, but it's when kids are independent enough that schooling is not so much a family decision.
Homeschooling Isn't About Education
Chris Davis
Sometimes we have a tendency to lose sight of why we've chosen to homeschool. Chris Davis gives a good argument for not just "bringing school home," but looking at the bigger picture of helping to develop a whole person who is using his or her specific talents and callings.
How to Respond to Haters When You've Decided to Homeschool
If you’ve made the decision to homeschool your children, more than likely, you’ve met resistance from almost everyone who knows and loves you and your children. The best way to address everyone’s discomfort with homeschooling was to make jokes about it, most of which addressed common stereotypes.
Is Homeschooling Right for You?
Karla Kassebaum
The decision-making process to homeschool a child is daunting. If the child presently attends public school, it’s more intimidating. Many people eagerly voice their opinions on home-based education and at times, the debate is heated. However, according to the National Home Education Research Institute, significant growth has transpired in the past three to five years with the homeschool population in 2010 reaching 2.4 million students. But is it right for you? If you are considering a home-based education for your child, here are a few things to consider as you begin your decision-making process.
Making the Decision to Homeschool
Choosing to homeschool a deaf or hard-of-hearing child can offer some complex issues to consider. This articles offers a starting point to explore some of those issues and to help you decide if homeschooling is right for your family.
Making the Decision to Homeschool
Sabrina Justison
Homeschooling is actually not a good idea for every family. This list of points details things you should think about when deciding whether you will homeschool or not.
Making the Homeschool Decision
Homeschooling is a very rewarding experience, but can also be very trying and stressful. The rewards far outweigh the negatives, but you’ll need to take a look at your own life when making the decision to homeschool or not.
Should I Homeschool Or Not
To homeschool or not to homeschool, that may be your question. And that only leads to more questions: How do I know if I should or not? What should I even start to think about? What about curriculum? If you have at all considered homeschooling these questions have probably run through your mind.
Why Do People Homeschool?
A look at the academic advantages of choosing to homeschool your child.
Why Homeschool?
Dr. Ben J. Mettes
This article was written by Drs. Ben J. Mettes, who has degrees in psychology and communications, and looks at the way in which school enforces a specific psychological mindset onto children. The article looks critically at the education system, including University, and argues that it does not prepare for future jobs. School destroys intelligence, by focusing on the left hemisphere and silencing the right hemisphere of the brain.


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