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I wonder if many children lose their bravery around middle school. With such intense pressure to fit in, the allure of conformity outweighs courage. Then it’s hard to gain it back. I’m sure this happens to both girls and boys. … Continue reading
As a homeschool grad, people ask me all the time if I'm glad I was homeschooled. Though I've given a wide variety of reasons I'm thankful I was, I have a new favorite answer after reading Kate's powerful post. I … Continue reading
First published in the March/April 2009 edition of Practical Homeschooling, this article by Sarita Holzmann compares a disturbing trend in some of today's homeschool families that mirrors the tragedy of the disappearance of women's mission societies. The Future of Homeschooling … Continue reading