How both sons of a single mother were homeschooled and admitted to college by the time they were twelve.
This is not a how-to book. It's not even a why-you-should Book. It's just our story in simple conversational style.
Forward by Dr Robert J. Pushaw
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39 years old. Full-time homemaker. Three years of college but no formal college degree. Growing up in a large family, I experienced one year of homeschooling. After researching the trend and logistics of homeschooling, I decided take the journey with my two pre-school aged sons now 16 (full time computer networking engineer living in California), and 17 (third year law student at Missouri University). Recently married, I live with my husband in a suburb of Kansas City.Review:
"...this book is not simply another screed against the flawed public school system. Rather, it is a positive story about a single mother who loved her children so much that she was willing to make any sacrifice necessary to ensure that they were educated according to their abilities and that they were provided with age-appropriate social, recreational, and spiritual opportunities. #...Parents who are thinking about homeschooling their children should read her book. I highly recommend it. It is a real eye-opener." -- Dr Robert J. Pushaw, Professor of Law University of Missouri Columbia, MO
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Book Description Leathers Pub, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1890622370