Five As for the Novice Homeschooler

Five As for the Novice Homeschooler

Fall 2018 / by Christina Parker Brown In our homeschool, we have discovered what I call “secrets” that have served us well over the past eighteen years. They have been discovered as we unwrapped homeschooling year after year. I want to share them with you as you start...
Investing in Your Homeschool

Investing in Your Homeschool

Spring 2019 / by Charles Terry Some of you may not be aware, North Carolina public schools currently have $10,042 of funding allotted per student. That means that my four children, had they attended public-school, would have had $40,168 allocated toward their...
Rearing Innovators

Rearing Innovators

Spring 2019 / by Sarah Hicks As a boy, Orville Wright was expelled from elementary school for mischievous behavior. Nevertheless, he and his older brother, Wilbur, were successful entrepreneurs with their own printing press by ages fifteen and seventeen. Both favored...
The College Transition for Parents

The College Transition for Parents

Graduate 2019 / by Evelyn Bickley My husband, the youngest of seven children, was preparing to start college in Chicago, more than 800 miles from the family home in rural Pennsylvania. His parents kindly invited me to make the cross-country car trip with them to see...