Fair warning: this post might be too political for some. I try to avoid politics in this blog, but sometimes I feel it’s applicable to our life and our education to discuss it.
In a chance conversation today I made an observation about our local homeschooling group and how neurodiverse it is. Like Justice Stewart, I can’t always define how or why I know, but I can almost always recognize neurodiversity. Which
I read an article the other day that made me roaring mad. It was written by a former teacher, titled: “What Homeschooling Gets Wrong About Socialization, According to a Former Teacher.” It admitted that homeschoolers were doing ok with
I’ve mulled over this post all day. All yesterday too, ever since I decided that I was going to write about it. It’s a tough subject – a potentially offensive subject. I don’t like writing about those – and like
Tomorrow is the start of the SEA Homeschooling conference. I’m excited. I’m a little worried (migraines.) I’m also a wee bit apprehensive. SEA is dedicated to supporting secular homeschooling. We are people of faith who are also secular homeschoolers. So