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Why you should consider HomeSchooling
> Homeschooling is the best way to teach your children your beliefs and protect them from harmful teachings
> Homeschooled kids are very well educated and have become the most sought after by all major Colleges
> An estimated 2 million children were Homeschooled in 2006, saving taxpayers $10 billion dollars
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Interesting Articles
St. Cloud Times: Home-school cooperatives help support area kids, parents
Mom and Dad Are Better Than Certified Teachers
Fascinating Facts About Homeschool vs Public School
Nationwide Study Confirms Homeschool Academic Achievement
Socialization: Homeschooling vs. Schools
Why Christians don't belong in government schools
Charter Schools: Look Before You Leap!
Avoid Government Homeschooling Like the Plague
How do you Build a Homeschool Curriculum that best suits your child?
Great Homeschooling Books
But What About Socialization

Have friends or family members been bothering you about the socialization question? The truth is that homeschooled kids are actually BETTER socialized then all other schools. This book is a quick and easy read that will give you the information you need to defend your decision to homeschool.

Creative Home Schooling: A Resource Guide for Smart Families

If you are new to homeschooling and your child is gifted, this book is a must-have. The different styles of homeschooling are reviewed and presented in an objective manner. Informative quotes from kids and parents are liberally sprinkled through the text. The book is divided into three sections entitled "At Home With Gifted Children", "Creating Your Home School Approach" and "Your Creative Home School Toolbox".

The Homeschooling Book of Answers: 88 Important Questions

This how-to guide offers the collective wisdom of six dozen homeschoolers, their children, and noted writers on the subject. Written in a question-and-answer format, it leaves no stone unturned, with chapters on everything from socialization ("But what about the prom?") to the tricky teen years ("How will my child learn the tough subjects, like algebra and chemistry, if I don't understand them?").