Welcome to the September 19th edition of The Homeschool Mother’s Journal at NextGen Homeschool!
New this week at NextGen Homeschool…
New Name, Old Game: Is Talent Pipeline a New School to Work? NextGen Homeschool Author Rosanna Ward takes a look at a new name for an old game: Twenty-one years after the School To Work Opportunities Act of 1994 was passed in an effort to more effectively transition students from school to the workforce, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has taken up this banner again with “Talent Pipeline” Management. On a practical level, when does a move to “align education with the needs of business” cross the lines from helping students develop their strengths into limiting their education to what “society” needs them to do? Find out why you need to be in the know about moves like this and how they might affect educational choices in the future: See her full post here.
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Thank you to everyone who shared last week on Homeschool Mother’s Journal! This week’s featured posts from last week’s link-up both address great ways to encourage and build up the writer in your child. They are:
- Homeschool Tips for Teaching Young Writers by Tina at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
- Bringing out the Playwright in Your Child by Beth at Classes by Beth
Be sure to check out our Homeschool Mother’s Journal co-hostess: Alicia at Vibrant Homeschooling!
Now on to this week’s link-up!