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Homeschooling Travels With You

As a military wife, some of the words I have come to dread are “Honey, I’ve got orders.” Orders mean that chaos is imminent. You suddenly notice all of the clutter that has accumulated over the years and you are determined to clear it out before the... More >>

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Homeschooling Facts and Trends

There are about 2.3 million home-educated students in the United States as of spring 2016. This is up from one estimate that there were about two million children — in grades K to 12 — home educated during the spring of 2010 in the United States (Ra... More >>

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Homeschooling on a Shoestring

Purchasing homeschooling curriculum for your children can be similar to buying a car for your family. Where I live you can spend about $50,000 for a 2014 luxury Lexus SUV, $30,000 for a new Grand Jeep Cherokee, or if you’re like my family with sever... More >>

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Education Without Limits From a School Without Walls

As a military family you understand, better than anyone, the joys and struggles of the calling. You’ve devoted your lives to serving your country, and this decision impacts every person in your family. One of the biggest ordeals of deployment is the... More >>

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Felicia Jones – Not Your Average Teen

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. — Lt. Gen. Charles Luckey, United States Army Reserve commanding general, recently stated in a letter about Family Appreciation Month that “over the past 15 years, our Families have demonstrated relentless patriotis... More >>

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Why Online Public Schooling Can Work for Your Family

On average, children in a military family move six to nine times during their school years necessitating numerous school changes. Continually having to adjust to new teachers, new classmates, and new curriculum can be stressful. For military childre... More >>

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Why Online Public Schooling Can Work for Your Family

On average, children in a military family move six to nine times during their school years — necessitating numerous school changes. Continually having to adjust to new teachers, new classmates, and new curriculum can be stressful. For military child... More >>

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Why Online Public Schooling Works Well for Military Families

Children thrive academically in a supportive learning environment that’s focused on their strengths and needs. For military families, frequent relocations can add an extra challenge to finding schooling in which kids can reach their full potential. More >>

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What’s great about homeschooling? CHOICE!

Winter is finally here and for homeschoolers that likely means you’ve got a few weeks or months of homeschooling under your belt. By now you have likely found a rhythm, a routine, and are going about your days — unless, of course, you have hit a wal... More >>

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Homeschooling on a Shoestring

Purchasing homeschooling curriculum for your children can be similar to buying a car for your family. Where I live you can spend about $50,000 for a 2014 luxury Lexus SUV, $30,000 for a new Grand Jeep Cherokee, or if you’re like my family with sever... More >>

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The freedoms of learning independently

As independent learners, home-schooled students have more control of their education, giving them additional freedoms they may not otherwise experience. They are basically in charge of: What they do When they do it How wel... More >>

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We Are the Epitome of the Term ‘Accidental Homeschoolers’

Have you ever heard the term, “Accidental Homeschooler?” I first heard it a few years ago and realized it described my family right away. We have been an Army family for 11 years and we have been a homeschooling family for almost eight. When our fir... More >>

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Armed Forces Accept Homeschool Enlistees on Equal Terms Long Struggle on Behalf of Homeschool High School Graduates Pays Off

Will Estrada has been leading our efforts to defend homeschooling on Capitol Hill since 2006. As the oldest of eight kids, and a homeschool graduate who married a homeschool graduate, he has a passion for protecting homeschool freedom. More >>

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The Home School Foundation — Help for Struggling Homeschooling Families

With Memorial Day and Independence Day behind us and Veterans Day still to come, our thoughts turn frequently to the brave men and women in uniform defending us at home and abroad. As the military lifestyle demands unique sacrifices from a spouse an... More >>

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Does my child really have to choose a career path now?

It’s that time of year again. As the spring blossoms emerge and warmer weather approaches, we are nearing the end of another school year. We think it will be so nice to get a break, sleep in a little, finally organize those photos, or just stay on t... More >>

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