Homeschooling

Conservative Minds: The Disconnect Between Duck Dynasty and Dante

By |2015-02-07T16:16:04-05:00February 7th, 2015|Categories: Classical Education, Classics, Culture, Education, Homeschooling, Rod Dreher|Tags: |

Years ago, when my wife and I first committed to homeschooling our kids, we caught hell from my sister, a public schoolteacher. Most of her objections were familiar to us, and we had answers for them. One we did not see coming, though: her utter lack of sympathy for our interest in a pedagogy [...]

How Annette Kirk Saved American Education

By |2014-12-29T16:54:21-05:00January 26th, 2014|Categories: Bruce Frohnen, Education, Homeschooling, Ronald Reagan|

Can public education in the United States be saved? Given the stranglehold of teachers’ unions over school districts and state legislatures, the constant meddling of an ideologically motivated federal Education Department, the sheer weight of bureaucracy, and the commitment to mediocrity? Perhaps not. But we all should keep in mind that things could be [...]

Germans Seize Homeschoolers in Outrageous Raid

By |2013-12-19T13:49:43-05:00September 4th, 2013|Categories: Barbara J. Elliott, Education, Family, Homeschooling|

Dirk and Petra Wunderlich and their four children,in 2012 with Mike Farris of the Home SchoolLegal Defense Association At 8 a.m. on August 29, as Dirk and Petra Wunderlich began the day’s homseschooling classes with their four children, a team of twenty armed special agents, social workers, and police with a battering [...]