Tag: Homeschooling

Amid calls to homeschool after school shootings, homeschool alumni group urges caution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  After every mass shooting in a school, homeschool advocates position homeschooling as the answer to protect children from violence. Most recently, the Robb Elementary School mass shooting—which claimed the lives of 19 children and two… Read More

When Parents Have All The Rights, Children Have None. A Statement from the Interim Executive Director.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE There’s a “parental rights revolution” afoot in America today. Republicans across the U.S. are introducing “Parents’ Bill of Rights” legislation which would enable parents to exercise veto power over every assignment in their children’s curricula… Read More

Q&A with Jennifer Mathieu, Author of Devoted

In her novel, Devoted, Jennifer Mathieu enters the world of Rachel, a dutiful homeschooled daughter and sister to five younger siblings. As Rachel’s mother struggles through depression, Rachel cares for and teaches her younger siblings, escapes into forbidden… Read More

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