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Homeschooling is a rewarding endeavor, filled with joys and challenges. We explore homeschooling in Maryland and give you the tools you need to make your homeschooling journey exciting, fun, and successful for you and your family.


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One of the most important effects of the study of a subject should be the development of a spirit of inquiry. The ability to ask real questions is more useful than the capacity to answer simple ones.
Raymond Harris   

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Single Parent Homeschoolers Forum at vegsource.com
This is a message forum at vegsource.com especially for single parents who are home educating their children.
IXL Math Curriculum
IXL.com
IXL provides comprehensive math practice for K-12.
Home Educator's Family Times
Published six times a year by Home Educator, this publication offers research on education and homeschool issues, successful homeschool strategies, practical teaching tips, and more.
Parents, Are You Ready To Teach Your Kids Arithmetic?
Phyllis Schlafly
Parents are starting to realize that "fuzzy" math courses (variously called "whole math," "new math" or "new new math") are producing kids who can't do arithmetic, much less algebra. The U.S. Department of Education responded last October by officially endorsing ten new math courses for grades K-12, calling them "exemplary" or "promising" and urging local school districts to "seriously consider" adopting one of them. The recommended programs were approved by an "expert" panel commissioned by the Department of Education. But many parents believe that the "experts" are subtracting rather than adding to the skills of schoolchildren.
VideoText Interactive
VideoText offers complete courses in algebra and geometry using new, interactive, video-based strategies. Students love the brief lessons and the clear explanations of the concepts.

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