Getting started on home learning: how and why to teach your kids at home

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Three Rivers Press, Jul 20, 1999 - Education - 198 pages
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In Getting Started on Home Learning, homeschooling expert Rebecca Rupp provides much needed advice and information to all parents who've ever considering teaching their children at home. She dispels myths, helps readers navigate tricky laws, and provides guidance on how and where to find the resources necessary to put together a well-rounded curriculum. This guide, the indispensable companion volume to the popular The Complete Home Learning Sourcebook (Three Rivers Press, 1998), provides all the information needed to make an informed decision. Topics include:

Why Homeschool?
Homeschooling and the Law
The S Question: What About Socialization?
The Bottom Line: How Much Does It All Cost?
Homeschooled Teenagers: On to College?--
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A number of resources to look into. Enjoyed reading their homeschool journal. Read full review

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Contents

Why Homeschool?
1
homeschooling and the law
33
Does Homeschooling Work?
63
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

REBECCA RUPP, Ph.D., has homeschooled her three sons for more than ten years. She is the author of The Complete Home Learning Sourcebook and How We Remember and Why We Forget. She writes a monthly column for Home Education Magazine and produces and hosts a local homeschool television program. She lives in Shaftsbury, Vermont.

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