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Failing Math in Public School

Failing Math in Public School
One mother contacted me because her daughter is failing math in the public school system.   She is considering homeschooling.I understand that you are very concerned, but it's a complicated thing to talk about by email.  I encourage you to seek as much help as you need, and educate yourself about homeschooling high school.  For more information, consider signing up for my free email newsletter, taking my free mini-course, and getting my video, Preparing to Homeschool High...
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Guest — J W
Oh, my! There are so many issues with math, this mom really does need some personal one-on-one time. As a quick "band-aid," thou... Read More
Sunday, 19 October 2008 09:23
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