As we approach one year of Homeschool Monthly, I would like to hear your ideas on topics you would like to see covered. Here are a few questions to jump start your brainstorming:
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- What type of homeschool stories interest you the most?
- What type of stories do you not want to see?
- What homeschool news sites do you read most frequently?
- Would you be interested in submitting your own homeschool stories?
Please email me with your ideas. I look forward to reading them and providing useful information.
- KENTUCKY: Knock knock: I’m here to help you with my paperwork.
- MAINE: Legislature considers bill that would give money to parents for homeschooling.
- NORTH DAKOTA: Homeschoolers now have more freedom in standardized testing options.
- TEXAS: Senate passes “Tim Tebow bill” that allows homeschoolers to compete in high school sports.
- NATIONAL: How will President Trump affect homeschooling?
Homeschool Tips and Inspiration
- Five things every new homeschooling parent needs to know.
- Ten things you should never say to a homeschool mom.
- Homeschooling when you don’t feel like it.
- Homeschooled teen brings hope to those in need.
- Homeschool band takes gold at competition.
- Homeschool robotics team wins Engineering Inspiration Award.
- Homeschooling mom wins distinguished student award.
- The White House wants your input on what changes should be made at the Department of Education and other areas of government?
- Eight digital skills you can learn from home for free.
- The Bill of Rights Institute offers free student programs covering voting, the Constitution, civic leadership, and debate resources.
- Hundreds of free audio books and ebooks to download. You can also find free online courses from some of the world’s most respected universities.
- (Nominal fees) Living history lessons at Historic Zoar Village and Fort Laurens on Friday, April 28.
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