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Join us as we explore homeschooling in North Carolina. You'll find support groups, teaching tips, stories of successful homeschoolers, events, discussions of homeschooling methods, and much, much more.


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I do not know what I may appear to the world; but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.
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Why the Question of Homeschoolers' Playing Public School Sports Affects All Homeschoolers
Larry & Susan Kaseman
Should homeschoolers be allowed to play on public school sports teams? This issue may not be as simple as it seems. The authors discuss why they feel it is a challenge to homeschool freedoms.
Putting Together an Eclectic Curriculum
Cafi Cohen
The best way to accomplish an eclectic style of learning is to work together with your children to find topics that interest them and lead to further learning. Author Cafi Cohen discusses how learning from mistakes along the way, and trusting that they were the best judges of what was right for their family, allowed them to develop a learning style that was both eclectic and effective.
Parents, Are You Ready To Teach Your Kids Arithmetic?
Phyllis Schlafly
Parents are starting to realize that "fuzzy" math courses (variously called "whole math," "new math" or "new new math") are producing kids who can't do arithmetic, much less algebra. The U.S. Department of Education responded last October by officially endorsing ten new math courses for grades K-12, calling them "exemplary" or "promising" and urging local school districts to "seriously consider" adopting one of them. The recommended programs were approved by an "expert" panel commissioned by the Department of Education. But many parents believe that the "experts" are subtracting rather than adding to the skills of schoolchildren.
Sonlight Unschoolers
This email group is for those who use Sonlight curricula but also like the unschooling approach (and other compatable methods). Working out how to mix the two, curricula exchange/sales, and connecting with other eclectic Christian unschoolers is the object.
Don't Panic--How to Choose a Curriculum
You've made the decision to homeschool, so what's next? These suggestions can make choosing a curriculum a bit smoother.

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