Homeschooling

Too Good Not to Post – “Last Thursday I Lied”

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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Found and shared by Susan.  Great read. Here’s a snippet.  Digest this then go read it all… Words mean things. At least they used to. They’re currently debased and euphemized until nobody knows nothin’ about nuthin’ by reading the newspaper. “Homeschooling” has been freighted with meaning, and it’s not the meaning I want it to […]

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The Value Proposition of K-12 Education: a failing proposition. New York City shows why

by Skip March 9, 2013

Recent news: “Officials: Most NYC High School Grads Need Remedial Help Before Entering CUNY Community Colleges” (reformatted, emphasis mine) NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s an education bombshell. Nearly 80 percent of New York City high school graduates need to relearn basic skills before they can enter the City University’s community college system. The number of […]

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Data Point: Homeschooled students place higher than the government schooled

by Skip February 5, 2013

Just cruising around and ran across this over at Breitbart: In a study published in 2009, 12,000 homeschooled students from across the 50 states were tested on national measures of reading, language, math, science, and social studies. In the core studies of reading, language, and math, the average homeschooler scored at the 88th percentile, while […]

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Why Liberals hate homeschooling & gun control

by Skip January 20, 2013

(H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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NH Is Hostile To Homeschoolers

by Steve MacDonald June 2, 2010

Although the trend nationally in homeschooling regulation has been toward reducing regulation, since 2006 serious attempts have been made by a determined group of legislators to dramatically increase the level of regulation on New Hampshire homeschoolers.

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