Archive for May, 2007

Famous Homeschoolers Who Changed the World

May 31, 2007

By Mimi Rothschild Some of the most famous artists, composers, writers, judges, inventors, religious leaders, and presidents in the world were homeschooled. It’s no coincidence that some of the most brilliant minds in history were developed and challenged in homeschools. A homeschooler’s education isn’t limited by one dimensional curriculums like those offered by public schools. [...]

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Homeschool World Series

May 24, 2007

By Mimi Rothschild Congratulations to all the teams that qualified for the Homeschool World Series tournament in Pensacola, Florida this week. Listen to the live internet broadcast for today’s championship game here. The Homeschool World Series Association is a nonprofit organization that coordinates varsity-level baseball competition throughout North America. The Homeschool World Series Association seeks [...]

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The Questionable Future of Abstinence Education

May 10, 2007

By Mimi Rothschild The fate of abstinence education is up in the air, as evidenced by current educational policy changes in the state of Washington.  This YouTube video illustrates the implication of such legislation. The best way to fight this kind of legislation is to pull our children out entirely.  Public sex education programs tend [...]

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Stupid in America

May 4, 2007

John Stossel’s “Stupid in America” is not a new documentary. However, I think it’s important that we revisit this landmark documentary every once in a while and discuss its implications. It’s clear that socialism simply does not work. Why do we use this outmoded system in education? What makes this video stand out is its [...]

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