May/June 2005

May/June 2005

Volume: 
23
Issue: 
5
Publication Date: 
Sunday, May 1, 2005 to Thursday, June 30, 2005

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Issue Articles

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Title Category
Not on Our Watch!

In mid-March, Governor Mike Easley proposed to make private, Christian and homeschools accountable to the state Department of Public Instruction (DPI). As soon as the information was verified, NCHE sent out an alert, and homeschool families responded by the thousands. The public reaction brought a delay in action;

Law & Policy, Homeschool History
Hal’s about It: Is There Anything You People Don't Do Well?

In light of all the good news, can we blame outsiders for asking, "Is there anything homeschoolers don't do well?"

From the President
Keepers of the Springs

Health and life was restored from the waters that flowed pure again. Peter Marshall said that it is the mother who is the modern day keeper of the spring. Her ministry to the family, he said, keeps it glowing with health.

Mothers, Encouragement, Faith