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Articles tagged homeschoolers

What Every College Should Know about Homeschoolers

In addition to the work I perform for www.homeschoolcounselor.com, I also provide consulting for college admissions departments. One of the more common questions I am asked by admissions leaders is, “How can we be more successful in matriculating homeschoolers?” Pardon...
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A Response to President Obama’s New Common Core State Standards for Education

by Matt
Monday, 17 December, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education, Homeschooling Life
In Homer’s Iliad, Achilles refuses to accept gifts from the hand of Agamemnon precisely because he refuses to become “the king’s man." Agamemnon had wronged Achilles—grievously—and to receive his gifts would amount to admitting that it was within Agamemnon’s authority...
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Teaching to Change Lives

Several months ago, while looking over the books found on my friend’s homeschooling shelves, I came across quite a few familiar titles. Some of the books I had given to her because I no longer needed them. Others were books that had intrigued me but I never bought them...
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Homeschooling High School

Many parents happily take on the task of homeschooling their children in the early years, but when it comes to high school, they simply lose heart and send their children off to school. Several years ago, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine conducted a survey of our readers...
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