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Leaping Blog Question – Is Unschooling Legal?

Another response to a question I received about unschooling. If you have your own question, click on the “Email Me Today” link on the right sidebar and send me your question.

Bmxbadgirl asks: Is unschooling legal? What about a diploma? or getting into college? How does all that work?

Yes, unschooling is . . . → Read More: Leaping Blog Question – Is Unschooling Legal?

What is Deschooling and Why It Is Important

I often receive emails like the following:

We have been homeschooling for X time and it is just not working. I read about unschooling and it really sounded like the way I would like my children to learn. We started unschooling X weeks ago and I feel like we are not doing anything. . . . → Read More: What is Deschooling and Why It Is Important

Worried about Socialization and homeschooling? Get over it!

We began homeschooling in 1996 and at that time, the one thing above all else that concerned those who heard we were homeschooling was “socialization.” Over the years, this continues to be THE concern most voiced, even though a generation of homeschoolers have proven it is a non-issue.

In an otherwise spot-on article about . . . → Read More: Worried about Socialization and homeschooling? Get over it!