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Teachers’ Unions Claim They Know What’s “Best” For Children

  The National Education Association (NEA) is the nation’s largest teachers’ union and they are utterly obsessed with silencing parents. In their arrogance, they continue to promote a leftist agenda which is a sharp contrast to anything wholesome and good. And in their latest tweet – just wait until you […]

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Outrageous! Liberals Claim Conservative Homeschoolers Are Doing This

  In typical liberal fashion, the left is out to attack another “extreme right” group – homeschoolers. Homeschooling has been on the rise in America for many decades, but the last two years have seen a homeschooling boom, and rightfully so. Liberals are not satisfied with parents having the ultimate […]

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Don’t Get Behind A Desk Yet! Homeschooling Outside Is Much More Fun

  Batten down the hatches, lock the doors, and shut the blinds because school is starting, and you don’t need the distractions.  While the traditional approach to education is having selected information effectively programmed into our children, there is a better way. Taking education to the great outdoors will help […]

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Homeschooling Multiple Grade Levels?  We Share Some Tips for Success and Sanity

  After spending much more time at home over the last few months, parents are learning more about their children – especially in regard to their learning styles – and have enjoyed working as true participants in their children’s education. If you’ve decided to move past public schooling because of […]

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Politicians Threaten To Jail Parents And Teachers For Opening Private Christian Schools

  The media scare campaign has made some school officials terrified to resume school in the fall. Many schools around the country are opting for virtual learning, or some sort of “bizarre” hybrid combination. But then there are many private and Christian schools who refuse to remain controlled by fear- […]

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Moms Fight Back Against CDC Guidelines And File In Record Numbers To Homeschool Their Kids

  As the CDC continues to “recommend” guidelines for schools such as forcing children to wear masks and avoid playing with their friends, moms are fighting back with a vengeance. Refusing to bow down to the CDC and submit their children to a new set of ridiculous rules, moms are […]

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Leftist Educator Disses Homeschooling Moms And Claims They Are Inadequate To Teach Kids

  Given the current environment in schools, more and more moms are choosing to homeschool their children, and rightfully so. From leftist teachers who brainwash children to embrace the LGBT lifestyle to ridiculous CDC guidelines which have now turned schools into prisons, concerned moms don’t want their children anywhere near […]

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Waking Up Early Used To Be Terrible–Until You Did This

  I have heard it said, “I am a morning person.” Waking up before the sun rises, bright and chipper; ready to start the day. That person is not me. However, I have found certain benefits to rising with the roosters that have given me cause to leave the warm […]

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Finally A Campaign To Combat The Anti-Homeschoolers At Harvard

  Homeschooling is typically a class all on its own – that is until 55 million students became homeschooled virtually overnight. Ironically, during this time Harvard Magazine decided to state their very bias opinion against homeschooling. And just when we thought Harvard had been completely lost to the blind rage […]

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This Elite Institution Thinks It’s Dangerous for Parents to Educate Their Own Children

  While many families have been recently thrust into homeschooling due to a global health crisis, others have known the joys of homeschooling for years. While the preservation of traditional family values is a major factor in the decision to homeschool, it is far from the only one, and it […]