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Mar 05, 2014

Romeike Asylum Case

Isn't it amazing how much difference one day can make? We have been keeping Canadian homeschoolers up-to-date on the Romeike family's plight. They want to remain in the U.S. so they can homeschool in freedom. The U.S. Government wanted to deport them and send them back to Germany.
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Mar 02, 2014

U.K. Mothers Choose Children Over Careers

Most mothers of young children would choose their children over their careers. But sometimes things don't work out as planned and moms go to work to provide for their family or to help dad provide for their family. A study recently done by the U.K. Department of Education released their findings. The results have baffled the U.K. "media and policy-makers". Mothers would rather work less hours or not at all so they can stay home and raise their own children. Here are a few of the results from the survey.
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Mar 01, 2014

Homeschool: Moral Training Foundational to Strong Academics

Over the years, HSLDA has collected valuable homeschool and family related information - research, materials, resources - and stored it in our filing cabinets (yes, in a vertical file system!). A few years ago, we worked to get much of the information converted to digital files so we could provide you with the help and advice you need - fast. The next step we took was putting the valuable homeschool information on our new private Member Site. When we started developing the Member Site we searched for a writer/editor, who understood homeschooling, to write down all the information for you! Tada! We found Barbara Postma.
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Feb 20, 2014

Food for Thought

Feeding toddlers is sometimes an easy task and is sometimes very challenging. When my kids were this age, I sure would have appreciated the advice from Your Kid's Table: Toddler/Preschooler Portion Sizes written by Amelia.
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