Every homeschool team-policy debater should listen to today’s Training Minds Podcast. I mean every debater. Let me explain why.
Here’s a cut from Blue Book NCFCA Edition that releases its fall addendum in a few weeks. It will help bring understanding to President Obama’s insistence to attack northern Syria to fight off ISIS in Iraq. But there’s a dilemma that, I believe, he’s not being honest about.
My sons Micah and Noah with the Colorado Uncompahgre mountains in the background.
Some see Homeschoolers Anonymous as a group of misfits who are a threat to homeschooling itself. I see them differently, and I have reasons why I’m hesitant to write them off as such. If you look past their edginess, you may see what I see: a powerful resource to the development of the homeschool movement.
I am more excited about today than I have been in a long, long time. I managed to put together the first Training Minds Podcast, and I suspect you’re going to love it.
In April I responded to the Doug Phillips sex scandal by publicly decrying that Patriarchy Has Got to Go. My little tweet in the wilderness made an impact, but homeschool leader and co-founder of HSLDA Michael Farris dropped a bombshell last week.
I made this video to explain two important inquiries I get often about the sourcebooks I put out: (1) what’s the big deal this year? and (2) what are the differences between the five sourcebooks?
The kinds of testimonies at altar calls often involve booze, car accidents and wild partying. Mine qualifies, but I still hesitate to share it openly. My reasons will probably surprise you.
I’ll be honest: I have my competitors. There are some decent sourcebook materials on the market and plenty of teaching material in the public school arena, but you should stick with Monument Publishing. I have 10 reasons why.