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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
Let the Authors Speak: A Guide to Worthy Books Based on Historical Setting

This book arranges both historical fiction and classics according to the era in which they are set, according to reading ability level, and according to author. It's a fast way to find something really good to supplement any history course - or to just find something good to read.

Homeschoolers' College Admissions Handbook

This book explains the different transcript types, and learning of various ways to earn college credit. It explains how to create your childs portfolio so they can attend the college of choice. The checklist at the end of the book is especially helpful in determining when my to take the PSAT and SAT and when to actually apply to college and for financial aid.

Family Matters: Why Homeschooling Makes Sense

Guterson mounts a strong challenge to "the doctrine of school's necessity." He profiles the home-school movement, which encompasses more than 300,000 families in America, and probes the wide variety of motives behind its growth. The most common, he finds, is parents' dissatisfaction with the mass, prescribed and other-directed nature of public education. Guterson argues that properly practiced home-schooling produces academic success, lessens peer pressure and allows children to become independent.