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HELP! Homeschooling High School isn't Working!

HELP! Homeschooling High School isn't Working!
Help! Homeschooling High School isn't Working! I have heard more than one homeschool mom lament, "Homeschooling high school isn't working!" When you're homeschooling high school, if it works, use it; if it doesn't work, then stop using that curriculum and try something else. You don't even have to teach; your children just need to learn. You don't necessarily have to teach ANYTHING in high school, just make sure they learn. Self-teaching is a great skill to...
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Lee, Thank you for this article! This is just what I was needing! I even had a dream a few nights ago that I sent our child to ... Read More
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We had a non working moment I will call it, with science. My oldest, an 8th grader, absolutely dislikes it and curriculum I picked... Read More
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