WORTHY ARTICLE | The Homeschool Diaries by Paul Elie

Great article from The Atlantic:

The Homeschool Diaries  

by Paul Elie

In New York City, teaching your own kids can make the most practical sense.

“Homeschooling happened to me this way:  The same winter I started teaching a graduate class one night a week, my family was..” [click to continue reading]

And if you’re even a little bit curious you can find out just how homeschooling happened to me here and also here.

Happy reading!

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