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School is Dead, Learn in Freedom Karl M. Bunday's Web site is packed with great information and essays by and for homeschoolers. Check frequently as this is updated regularly.
Answers to Objections about Homeschooling by Fred Worth from Henderson State University in Arkansas
See Love to Learn Place.com's Homeschooling FAQs
The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers reviews the methods and tools used in education from times past. This article is a great resource for homeschoolers to evaluate their techniques and methods of education.
But Uncle Thomas, Where's My Self-Esteem Module An excerpt from a letter by Thomas Jefferson outlining the educational plan for his nephew. A real eye-opener!
Why the State Took Control of "Education"
The Critical Distinction Between Homeschooling and Government Schooling
What is an Educrat?
Crashing the Educrat Oligarchy
The Seduction of Homeschooling Families by Chris Cardiff of the California Homeschool Network details the government's efforts to keep homeschoolers in the public school system.
Give to Caesar What is Caesar's A testimony from Bonnie J. Horn to Christian mothers of home-educated children. Mrs. Horn encourages families to learn from her experience and keep the education of their children within the private sector.
21 Ways "Public Schools" Harm Your Children by R.C. Hoiles, who was the publisher of the Santa Ana Register, now the Orange County Register. A wonderful expose of what tax-run schools cannot and dare not teach.
I'm Glad I've Turned My Home Into A School by Eileen Spatz, as she began her homeschool.
Public Schools Have Been Failing For Years by Eileen Spatz, pointing out the continuing failure of our public schools and discussing School-To-Work and Goals 2000.
Cathy Duffy on Proposition 38 (CA 11/00) This voucher proposition for California means problems for both traditional private schools and homeschools.
Susie Tucker was 11 years old when she was violated: The Real Lesson of the East Stroudsburg Genital Exam Incident by Marshall Fritz, Education Liberator
Scholastic Achievement and Demographic
Characteristics of Home School Students in 1998
by Lawrence M. Rudner from the Education Policy Analysis Archives.
Study Finds Home Schoolers Are Top Achievers on Tests By Lynn Schnaiberg on Education Week on the Web.
Homeschooling: The Best Education Reform From the Cato Institute.
Homeschooling: Back to the Future This is a PDF file from the Cato Institute. You need Adobe Acrobat to read it. Download Link at the bottom of this page.
Three Reasons Why Reform [of government schools] Can't Work from the Education Liberator
Virginia Colleges Fail to Teach Basics A Report from the Virginia Association of Scholars. This study explored 6 colleges/universities in Virginia, but frankly the result of this study is found in all 50 states of the USA and its territories. Learn about the narrow, dumbed-down courses that focus on the trivial and fashionably trendy in USA's "higher" education today versus a rigorous Christian education our country has had in the past.
Is the Curriculum Biased? A Statement of the National Association of Scholars
Home Schooling and Socialization of Children by Nola Kortner Aiex from the ERIC Digest.