Monthly Archives: March 2013

House Education Committee Votes Down “Tim Tebow” Home School Law

On Tuesday the House Education Committee failed to pass HB1789, the “Tim Tebow Home School Law.” This law would have allowed home schooled students to participate in public school extracurricular activities. The bill received only 7 votes from the 20-member … Continue reading

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Homeschooling – Missionary Style

Published with Permission Written by Esther Dalton I was frustrated. The curriculum for my twelfth-grade English class required me to write an essay about C.S. Lewis, G. K. Chesterton, and T. S. Eliot, comparing how they used stories to … Continue reading

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Updated: We Are Not Alone

Published with Permission Written by Katharine Trauger   Hyperactive, asthmatic, infinitely curious about creation, rising to high governmental positions . . . who was this famous home scholar? Can you imagine yourself married to a hardware importer so rich … Continue reading

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