Homeschooling Grew by 61.8 Percent from 2003 to 2012 (1,773,000)

http://www.cnsnews.com This article by Terence P. Jeffrey | was posted May 19, 2015  on CNSNews.com. “(CNSNews.com) – In the ten-year period from 2003 to 2012, the number of American children 5 through 17 years old who were being homeschooled by their parents climbed by 61.8 percent, according to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Education. At the same time, the percentage of all U.S. students in the...

Read More
Dr. Montessori, Revolutionary Educator
Oct20

Dr. Montessori, Revolutionary Educator

www.thehomeschoolreview.com by Emerson Sandow One-hundred-forty years ago, Dr. Maria Montessori was born in Chiaravalle, Italy. She grew to found an educational philosophy and institution that has been consistent and remained intact all over the globe! Throughout her life, Dr. Montessori was an iconoclast, breaking the traditional bonds that were imposed on women and she lived her life on her terms. Maria Montessori was born August...

Read More
Common Core Conundrum
Oct20

Common Core Conundrum

Why Homeschoolers Should Care More (Not Less) Than Everyone Else  Why does it always seem that those most vigilant in exercising forethought and taking responsibility, end up on the hook for everyone else? This, of course, is true across contemporary culture, from the ever-burgeoning welfare state to the heavy regulatory and tax burden placed on entrepreneurs and small business owners. It is especially true in education, and as usual,...

Read More
Free College Can Happen to You
Oct20

Free College Can Happen to You

Full Scholarship – two words that could change your life. Getting free college can be like winning the lottery. Imagine throwing away several trash bags full of college scholarships that come in the mail. This is what happened to us. But for some families, getting just one scholarship offer could be the difference between junior college and the perfect university. You have spent the last nine to twelve years dedicating your time,...

Read More