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Insights from my uncommon year educating my daughter at home.
Laura Brodie Ph.D.
Homeschooling parents range from professors to high school dropouts, and they like it that way.
Some states don't mandate any educational qualifications for homeschooling parents. Is that OK?
When standardized testing reigns supreme, who can avoid teaching to the test?
History used to be about stories. Now it's all about tests.
Our public schools are facing a test-prep overdose that cries out for a parent-driven intervention.
Is short-term homeschooling a bad response to bullying?
One parent's reasons for sending her daughter back to the public schools.
What should you do when your daughter is targeted by a pack of Mean Girls? One Mom's solution.
Your child is being bullied. Should you homeschool for a little while?
Homeschooling is on the rise nationwide, tempting more families to try it as a short-term fix for school troubles. But can one year of homeschooling make a difference?
Laura Brodie, Ph.D., teaches English at Washington and Lee University.