Parents & Their Young Drivers — Creating a 5 Star Driver To Match Your 5-Star Safety Rated Car!

http://5stardriver.com/ 4974 N. Fresno St. Ste. 621 Fresno, CA 93726 By Michael Leppert We take driving for granted. Considering that more people die in traffic accidents than shooting incidents, taking it for granted is a simple, sad fact. Parents often spend more time worrying about a passing grade in Algebra than how skilled and safe their teenage driver might be! If you live near a metropolitan area, you know that many of your...

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Homeschool Students Outperform School Counterparts on the SAT — Again

by Joseph Grayhaim Once again, homeschoolers in America have scored decisively better — by 126 points — on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) than their age-peers in institutional public and private schools. A recent study included the results of 13,549 homeschool seniors who took the SAT in 2014 and compared their results with approximately 1.7 million high school seniors and juniors in the United States who also took...

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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...

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Homeschooling in Washington State Increases

  www.homeschoolmagazine.com According to the Washington State Superintendent of Public Schools, there has been a 6% increase in the number of children who are now homeschooled. Why is this? There are many speculations. Many parents now realize that “one-size fits all education” is not working for their family. As hard as public teachers may try to differentiate instruction, many are still falling short in the area, especially in...

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Ten Reasons To Homeschool Through High School

www.homeschoolnewslink.com by Cafi Cohen Yes, it sounds scary. Homeschool through high school. Nevertheless, more and more people take the plunge every year. At your next homeschool conference, check out the increasing number of vendors and workshops catering to families with teenagers. In the spring of 2000, thousands of teenagers graduated from home-based programs and applied to colleges nationwide. Leery about joining these folks?...

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How To Stop Bullying: Boundaries For Bullies
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How To Stop Bullying: Boundaries For Bullies

By Nicholeen Peck, https://teachingselfgovernment.com/ Question: How do you help children respond appropriately to unkind behavior and bullying, especially at school? Answer: Bullying is on the rise in our society. Many factors may contribute to this trend, including the increased usage of violent video games and movies, and the decrease in social refinement instruction. Whatever the root causes, incidents of bullying are increasing...

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