Harvard’s homeschooled students say growing up outside of a traditional school system was an opportunity for them to be flexible and self-driven. Source: From Homeschool to Harvard | News | The Harvard Crimson As soon as Olivia S. Farrar ’21 got her driver’s license, the world was her classroom. The freshman, who was homeschooled throughout... Continue Reading →
Listen to the interview here! When you think of the word “education,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Probably a school or a classroom, right? Today on Homeschool Heartbeat, hear speaker and entrepreneur Zak Slayback explain why education and schooling are actually very different things. In this podcast, you’ll learn: What the purpose... Continue Reading →
Many first time home educators are super excited at the outset! Some have a harder time seeing through hard days. Here are some reasons parents give up on homeschool and then return, wishing they’d stuck it out in the first place.
Many parents see & acknowledge problems with their child's education; however, there's a severe disconnect between that and taking action.