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Homeschooled Kids Scare Me . . . in a Good Way

  By Kevin Mark Smith, Esq. I’m experimenting on a group of homeschooled high school kids, aged 15–18 years. Specifically, I’m dissecting their brains to determine how swiftly their neurons transmit data and how this physiological process translates into their … Continue reading

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Dear Lonely Mom of Older Kids

Remember when it was easy to post photos of your adorable baby, or messy toddler on Facebook? Remember how you could publicly bemoan sleepless nights, and kids pooping in the bathtub? How your fridge was full of magnets and fingerpaintings … Continue reading

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What Are Some of the Long-Term Benefits of Homeschooling?

By Zan Tyler   The phone rang early one Monday morning in January. I was already at my desk, writing and working. “Too early to be a telemarketer,” I thought. So I glanced at the caller ID on my phone … Continue reading

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