Different state, same tune: testing time. While the rest of the country flounders around trying to make distance learning work for everyone, homeschoolers are plodding along doing their requirements, including us. Technically we could postpone this, due to a
Welcome to the New Year! As we start back after a nice winter break, I’m doing my annual analysis of what’s working for us this school year and what’s not. I figured I might as well share it here.
We both looked at each other. He spoke first, “it’s a good thing he’s not in public school.” I nodded, relieved that we had gotten to the point that public school wasn’t even an option anymore. “He couldn’t handle
She paused mid-scene: an elaborately constructed tea set for toys, and announced “school is boring. I want to play with my unicorn and draw and go outside and on the swing.” My heart sank. My sweet little girl, the
I cringed the moment the words came out of my mouth: “we’re not going to co-op to learn.” Oops. Mom fail. Still, it’s technically true. We go to co-op for all sorts of reasons, but a standard education isn’t