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How to get into Harvard as a Homeschooler – Agora I/O (Video)

How to get into Harvard as a Homeschooler - Agora I/O (Video)
Here is the video from my other presentation with the latest Agoro I/O conference. Skip the first 2:50. Enjoy.  Read More →

What If a Child Does Not Want to Learn (Part 1 of 2)

What If a Child Does Not Want to Learn (Part 1 of 2)
Children are natural learners – they are eager to investigate the mysteries of life and the world around them. They seek constant self-improvement on numerous levels, and as social beings they demand attention from adults and try to become a part of a grownup world. The problem with society today is that we find ways to crush children’s desires to learn, to stymie the urges of children to discover... 

Military Enlistment and Homeschooling

Military Enlistment and Homeschooling
The United States military lists candidates for enlistment into one of three tiers. Tier I candidates have or will graduate from a traditional high school or have 15 or more college credit hours. Tier II candidates are typically high school drop outs who have earned their GED. Tier III candidates are high school dropouts who have not earned their GED. Interestingly, despite the superior academic outcomes... 

Stanford Athletics and College Admissions

Stanford Athletics and College Admissions
Stanford University has officially won its 17th Consecutive Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. The Directors’ Cup is an award given annually to the colleges and universities with the most success in collegiate athletics, segmented by division, with Division I being the most athletically competitive. Stanford finished with 1550.25 points, well ahead of Ohio State which finished second with... 
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