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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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The test of every religious, political, or educational system, is the man which it forms. If a system injures the intelligence it is bad. If it injures the character it is vicious. If it injures the conscience it is criminal.
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Should Christians Attend Secular Homeschool Conferences?
Beverly S. Kreuger
A Christian homeschooling mom talks about the issue of Christians attending secular homeschool conferences. She relates her own personal experience of attending the Homeschool Association of California conference, and how it expanded her perception of this type of event. She also gives some caveats for those who are concerned about what they or their teens might hear at a secular conference.
A Beka
A Beka offers a DVD program for home schools, a traditional parent-directed program, and textbooks and materials.
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Many
Homeschooling is no joke. It’s commitment and dedication, it’s trial and error. Homeschooling many is a whole different creature. There are different learning styles, interests, strengths and weaknesses. We are going to talk about what is most important when homeschooling many children, and some tips for special situations.
BVI-Education
The BVI-Education mailing list is a list for the discussion of all aspects related to the education of blind, partially sighted and deaf-blind students, as well as visually impaired students with multiple disabilities.
Homeschooling Creatively
This list is a place where parents can come to understand and give value to our creative children as we home/unschool with them. The focus will be on discussing alternative ways (versus public school methods) to help our creative children learn which best suits their learning style and respects their complex personality traits, taking a look at creating a success-based learning environment that draws on the strengths of our creative learners while providing support-based opportunities to gently guide their intense natures.

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