If you can't count on schools to perform their core educational responsibilities, why wouldn't you look elsewhere?
Billionaire hedge funder John Paulson protested against ultra-elite Manhattan school Spence for what he claims was an "alarming pattern" of "anti-white indoctrination" in its curriculum.
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It's not just about homeschooling.
Where do you start with homeschooling? Given the current requirements for children to return to school, homeschooling may be a good option. Here is some advice on how to get started
Are you thinking about homeschooling your children but not sure if you're qualified? This article will help you determine whether you can do it.
Tolerance for diversity and the presumption of innocence are at the heart of a free society.
A leading homeschooling expert and Harvard alum responds in a letter to the editor.
As we've been saying on the Ron Paul Liberty Report for some time, in this period of coronavirus and the naked power-grabs by authoritarian politicians from all levels of government, if there is any hope to claw back some of our liberties it will com
Homeschooling is booming. Ron Paul on the only good thing about the lockdown...
Have you had less than desirable experiences in schools? Have you known children who had learning differences or were bullied and didn't thrive in a classroom? Maybe you should consider homeschooling.
Now that parents with school age children are homeschooling–whether they want to or not--I would like to offer some ideas towards teaching important educational skills at home.
For this week's round-up of articles, we're taking a look at some of the things the government thinks should be banned in response to coronavirus.
Hillsdale College and its Barney Charter School initiative have launched a series of more than 40 free YouTube videos for parents and their children engaged in at-home learning during the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Here Are 5 Things It Got Wrong A leading homeschooling expert and Harvard alum responds in a letter to the editor.
Harvard Law Prof: Homeschooling Dangerous, Parents Should Not Have 24/7 Control Over Their Children
The real issue is a lack of indoctrination.
Critics blast back: 'Parents have a fundamental constitutional right to raise and educate their children'
We have never been better-equipped to cope with a nationwide quarantine of schoolchildren.
COVID-19 will bring about an education reevaluation, if not revolution.
Schools across the country have closed due to Covid-19. Embrace the opportunity to run your life and your schooling in a way that suits your family. Here are some tips to get you started.
My heart goes out to all the parents who were never planning to homeschool, but nevertheless find themselves teaching their children at home today.
Beats a classroom! From art lessons with the cat to counting with toy cars, parents reveal their VERY creative tricks for making home schooling fun
With schools closing across the country, parents are scrambling to keep their children engaged and learning. Ron Paul's Homeschool Curriculum may be just the thing you are looking for. Whether you want to sign up or just sample some of the great free
These three moms have found that entrepreneurship is a particularly powerful tool for combining homeschooling, career fulfillment, and financial prosperity.
According to Kevin Carey of the New America think tank, who spoke to The New York Times, coronavirus in the US could lead to "a vast unplanned experiment in mass home-schooling."
Homeschoolers reduce public education costs by $22 billion a year.
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In "tuition towns," the funds local governments expect to spend per pupil are instead given directly to the parents of school-age children.
Modern homeschooling encompasses an array of different educational philosophies and practices, from school-at-home methods to unschooling to hybrid homeschooling.