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The 5-Corners of Homeschooling

My husband wrote an article in our September newsletter that talked about all of the options parents face when their kids reach high school.  He discussed homeschooling, alt-ed, accreditation agencies, certified teachers, co-ops, and public schools.  This is a very timely subject and I thought you might enjoy it.  Read all about your options here and then let us know what you think!

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Guest - J W on Friday, 12 September 2008 16:27

I really liked this article. So far, my reasons for rejecting all the options but "straight ahead" have had more to do with my personality and temperament than anything else. My choice happens to work out for my children too because they are SO far "out of the box" it's not even funny. Mr. Home Scholar has given me more reasons to keep on going "straight ahead."

I really liked this article. So far, my reasons for rejecting all the options but "straight ahead" have had more to do with my personality and temperament than anything else. My choice happens to work out for my children too because they are SO far "out of the box" it's not even funny. Mr. Home Scholar has given me more reasons to keep on going "straight ahead."
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