Home Schooling: Educating with Head, Heart, and Hand

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Ivy House Publishing Group, 2004 - Education - 160 pages
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The result of a 13-month study of one family's experiences with homeschooling. This case study records and interprets the joys and successes of four family members. Of particular interest are the comments and insights drawn by the children of this family.

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HOME SCHOOLING

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An advocate of homeschooling with over 20 years' experience in public education both here and abroad, Higgins draws on the viewpoints of a single family, interviewing the children as well as the ... Read full review

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Section 3
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