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Driver’s Edge Review

Here is David’s description of his participation in the Driver’s Edge program last Saturday:

So, Saturday I got to attend Drivers Edge in Atlanta. If you’re not familiar with it, Drivers Edge is a non-profit driver’s education program based in Las Vegas that travels around the country, run by professional race car drivers. It . . . → Read More: Driver’s Edge Review

Driver’s Edge and stuff

David and Bill just left for Atlanta. David is signed up to participate in the Driver’s Edge program tomorrow afternoon. They will spend the night near Macon and be back late tomorrow night. For those of you not familiar with Driver’s Edge, it is a youth driver’s education program founded and developed by a . . . → Read More: Driver’s Edge and stuff

THE Most Difficult Subject to Teach

We just finished a decade of homeschooling, which included first through twelfth grade. And I have come to the conclusion that THE most difficult subject I have had to “teach” over the last ten years has been Driver’s Ed!

You might think it would get easier with time. I mean, I survived Kat’s learning . . . → Read More: THE Most Difficult Subject to Teach