When I was in college taking American Government in the early 1990s, I wrote a research paper on the then-new School To Work Opportunities Act of […]
Can Public Schools Learn from Homeschools?
Recently I was sitting at a stop light staring up at a fancy billboard ad encouraging people in my district to vote “yes” for a […]
Does Common Core Affect Homeschoolers?
As a homeschool blogger and leader in my local homeschool support group, I get a lot of questions about Common Core. Questions like: “What’s the deal […]
“Freedom Worth Defending” – 29th Annual Oklahoma Homeschool Capitol Day
Our family decided to attend this year’s Oklahoma Homeschool Capitol Day. I took our two daughters to this event seven years ago, when our son […]
Elections night party and the morning after
Another national election has come and gone: The results are in, and today, we move forward. For me, this election was significant not just because […]
Up close and personal with the elections
This weekend I came to a better appreciation of living in a swing state: It can be pretty exciting and fun the week before a […]