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If You Love Your Kids, Do Not Hand Them Over To The State!

If You Love Your Kids, Do Not Hand Them Over To The State!
With today’s post I had intended to discuss the reasons why homeschoolers should consider going to a selective college.  I’m putting that on the back burner for the moment.  Several recent events have convinced me to address something that weighs more heavily on my mind – the destruction of our children’s lives by the state. Warning, some of the following stories/videos may be disturbing. At... 

College Admissions for Homeschool Students (Part 1 of 3)

College Admissions for Homeschool Students (Part 1 of 3)
photo credit: eduify.com I used to believe that the primary purpose of K-12 education was to get kids into college. And the primary purpose of college was to allow them to get good jobs, or to get into graduate school to get better jobs in the future. I also bought into the argument that I needed to support the public education system to be patriotic, to increase the competitiveness of the nation... 

Guest Post: Regarding the Teacher Work Stoppage in Wisconsin

Guest Post: Regarding the Teacher Work Stoppage in Wisconsin
In the second big “news story” in a week involving education, tens of thousands of teachers and other public servants have left their jobs in Wisconsin. As their governor said last night, 300,000 such workers showed up to work, while about 20,000 braved the night time winter cold to protest. There, they were joined by activists such as Jesse Jackson, one of the standard bearers of activism in America.... 

Wisconsin Protests; Another Argument for Homeschooling

Wisconsin Protests; Another Argument for Homeschooling
“When school children start paying union dues, that’s when I’ll start representing the interests of school children.” – Albert Shanker, former President of the United Federation of Teachers The reasons why public schooling is inferior to homeschooling are innumerable.   The current political protests that are playing out in Wisconsin, which are likely to spread to other states,... 
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