Tag Archives: homeschooling

  • Stop Bullying – Boundaries for Bullies

    By Nicholeen Peck, https://parentingselfgovernment.com/store Bullying is on the rise in our society. Many factors may contribute to this trend, including the increased usage of violent video games and movies, and the decrease in social refinement instruction. Whatever the root causes, incidents of bullying are increasing at an alarming rate, putting it in the front of Continue Reading

  • California African American Museum

    600 State Drive, Exposition Park Los Angeles, California 90037 Main number – 213.744.7432 http://www.caamuseum.org/ By R. G. Lorenzo Los Angeles is home to many unique museums and the California African American Museum is one of them. CAAM is a thriving, living museum of modern artistic work and offers visitors a wide variety of exhibits, including Continue Reading

  • What is Classical Education?

    Christopher A. Perrin, MDiv PhD Publisher at Classical Academic Press Most of us have a difficult time defining the word education—it has a wide range of meaning and is used in different ways in different contexts. Certainly education can be formal (as in a college education) or informal (his stern aunt provided him with a Continue Reading

  • Homeschooling the Late Bloomer

    by Carolyn Forte More than thirty years ago, as a college student, I worked as an aide at Carl Harvey School for the Orthopedically Handicapped in Orange County, California. During two summers working with severely handicapped children, I learned that “experts” can help and advise, but that the very best results come only with the Continue Reading

  • “I Know What’s Best For My Education”: A Lesson In Uncertainty

    by Richard J. Prystowsky During our college’s first two weeks of the Fall 2005 semester, I dealt with an incident at our college that caused me to reflect on the relationship between my homeschooling life and my college work life. For years, when our kids were young, I felt that my growth as an educator Continue Reading