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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!

Barnes and Noble Educator Appreciation Week begins 10-09-10

Homeschooling parents will be happy to learn that Barnes & Noble will hold their Fall Educator Appreciation week this year from October 9th to October 17th, 2010. Stores across the country will host special events and workshops to mark the week. Check with your local store for their schedule of events. (Click here to . . . → Read More: Barnes and Noble Educator Appreciation Week begins 10-09-10

Back from Burnout

Are you one of those lucky few who have never experienced homeschool burnout? I went through at least two sessions of homeschool burnout during the twelve years we actively homeschooled, probably more (time has a way of blurring those days/weeks you would like to forget). You would think an unschooler would have no reason . . . → Read More: Back from Burnout