May 8, 2019 Changing the culture is a long and challenging movement and homeschooling significantly contributes to this process. Over the last 30 years we have gone from virtually no one understanding the concept and [...]
Do you have a child with dyslexia? There are a variety of perspectives about what causes the challenges experienced by a person with dyslexia. What you believe causes dyslexia influences what you determine is the [...]
Children’s Medical Center Dallas (Children’s) requested a meeting with the Pardo family and Child Protective Services (CPS) earlier this week. This request followed Children’s recent filing of a CPS report which resulted in [...]
Homeschooling 1st grade! It’s official—Kindergarten is over and you’re on the count to graduation now! Here’s everything you need in one place to get you started and keep you on track for homeschooling first grade. [...]
City Hall, in downtown Houston, Texas What if your homeschooled child was picked up by the police any time of day and wrongfully charged with a class C misdemeanor? It would be traumatic [...]
I've Been Daydreaming of a Curriculum Like This When I daydream about being a great homeschooling mom, the picture always looks something like sitting on the sofa surrounded by my kids, reading them a book, [...]
Homeschooling is a great way to educate your child; foster a strong and cohesive family life; and have an impact on the influences that surround your child. These benefits sound fantastic, but you may be [...]
These scholarships have helped homeschool graduates pay for their education at PHC, a school that is renewing the love of learning.
Does teaching history frustrate you? Here’s tips on homeschool history curriculum, where to start, and ways you can bring history alive!