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Kansas Homeschooling

Whether you are new to homeschooling, or have been homeschooling for years, you'll find everything you need to homeschool successfully in Kansas. You'll find a vast amount of information on homeschooling in Kansas by exploring our website. Begin by checking out these starting points:


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I think everyone should go to college and get a degree and then spend six months as a bartender and six months as a cabdriver. Then they would really be educated.
Al McGuire   

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Single Parents and Homeschooling
A single mom started this email group to provide a means of sharing the unique problems and solutions a single, working parent faces in their homeschooling pursuits.
Live Free Learn Free Email Group
This group is an announcement list for the print magazine Live Free Learn Free, a forum for unschoolers and relaxed homeschoolers in which to share ideas and experiences.
IXL Math Curriculum
IXL.com
IXL provides comprehensive math practice for K-12.
Careful Study Finds Homeschool Advantage
Brian D. Ray, PhD
Reviews a carefully done study that uses a matched-pair design. This research shows that students in structured homeschooling academically outperform conventional-school students, and there is no evidence that the difference is simply due to the family’s income or the mother’s educational attainment.
On the Edge of the 21st Century
HSLDA
The right to home school is based on two fundamental principles of liberty: religious freedom and parental rights. Whenever one of these two freedoms is threatened, our right to home school is in jeopardy. Here are the battles we think home educators will be facing as we enter the next century:

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