Category Archives: International Homeschooling

Magazine for Homeschooled Girls

Found this interesting magazine. Check it out! Dear homeschool groups, organizations, and associations, Our daughter, Ijana, has co-founded with a homeschooled friend an e-zine for homeschooled girls called Back-to-Homeschool magazine. The magazine has been online for only a few weeks … Continue reading

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Home Schooling May Not Be The Answer, But It’s An Alternative – Groton, CT Patch

Indeed it is. Be open to explore http://groton.patch.com/articles/home-schooling-may-not-be-the-answer-but-its-an-alternative

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Sir Ken Robinson on HS, Unschooling and Public Education

This an interesting video. Glad to know that he is a fan of homeschooling.  It is also nice to see how he attempts to bridge the different approaches.

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A Quiet revolution in Lincolnshire?

The number of Lincolnshire children being educated at home has more than quadrupled since 2002, new figures have revealed. Improvements in access to the internet at home are seen as one of the main factors behind the trend. Data released … Continue reading

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HOME-SCHOOLING: Strong values learned globally

Here is an inspiring story of a homeschooling experience in India and the values learned. As in my earlier post, The Quiet Revolution, our experience here in Malaysia is not much different. Homeschooling is now a global phenomenon. As globalization … Continue reading

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Homeschool: A Quiet Revolution

In Oklahoma, by some estimates, 33,000 children are facing that kind of question. If home schools were a district of their own, it would be twice the size of Broken Arrow Public Schools, and three times the size of Jenks. … Continue reading

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More Parents Turn to Home Schooling To Help Kids Blossom ‘Like Flowers’

‘Children are not grass that they can be cut to the same height. Children are just like flowers, they are different from one another.’ Seto Mulyadi, Asah Pena Check out homeschooling in Indonesia from the Jakarta Globe. Seems like it … Continue reading

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