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Homeschooling: Think Outside the Home

For many homeschool parents, high school is the most difficult time to meet the educational needs of their children.  There are certain subjects that will seem easy to handle; many people are fairly conversant in topics related to English and history, but I’ve spoken with a number of parents who tell me they can’t help their teen with his math homework.  What do you do when you’re supposed to be the person who teaches that math?

Options to Homeschool Outside Your Home

There are multiple reasons (philosophical, lifestyle, financial) why a family may opt to homeschool their children.  For the early grades and even for some more advanced courses (where a parent or close connection has a background in that area), it’s fairly easy to direct the education of homeschooled children.  But what do you do for those courses that you aren’t comfortable teaching?

What Does Personalized Learning Mean at Beekman?

From an infant’s first days, parents make choices for their child representing the family’s values and interests – taking into consideration the child’s own personality.  And yet when children enter school, we relinquish much of this participation.  The child becomes a student.  But now more parents are asserting that education needn’t happen at the expense of individuality.

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