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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?

Interest-Led Learning

If you are looking for inspiration and information about Interest-Led Learning and Unschooling, check out this list of 50 favorite posts from 2011 on Christina Pilkington’s blog, Interest-Led Learning.

And don’t forget to check out the Unschooling articles on LeapingFromTheBox.com, including Unschooling High School and You Might Be An Unschooler If… . . . → Read More: Interest-Led Learning

Kindergarten Scope and Sequence

“What curriculum do you suggest for Kindergarten?”

This is a question I am frequently asked by parents. It is also a question I find particularly difficult to provide a quick, easy response to. The truth is I do not believe that a curriculum is necessary for Kindergarten, but that usually is not the answer . . . → Read More: Kindergarten Scope and Sequence