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A Day in the Life, Harris Family

    What is homeschooling really like? Well, each family is unique, and, therefore, each homeschool is unique! “A Day in the Life” is a series of blog posts featuring real Idaho homeschool families. In this post, we introduce you to the Harris family, home educating their three

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The Other Side of Service

The Other Side of Service   by Niccole Perrine   For those of us who find pure joy in giving blessings to others- it’s a burden to accept someone’s help. It’s acutely painful to watch others step in and take on our needs. If you’re like me-

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Idaho Homeschool History, Part Sixteen

Idaho Homeschool History Part Sixteen The Golden Age 33-202 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COMPULSORY … a parent or guardian shall either cause the child to be privately instructed by, or at the direction of, his parent or guardian; or enrolled in a public school or public charter school, including an online

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Idaho Homeschool History, Part Fifteen

    Idaho Homeschool History Part Fifteen The Golden Age of Homeschooling   In the years following 2009, Idaho Education Code 33-202 read: 33-202 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COMPULSORY … a parent or guardian shall either cause the child to be privately instructed by, or at the direction of, his parent

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Idaho Homeschool History, Part Fourteen

Idaho Homeschool History Part Fourteen The Golden Age of Homeschooling   In the years following 2009, Idaho Education Code 33-202 read: 33-202 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COMPULSORY … a parent or guardian shall either cause the child to beprivately instructed by, or at the direction of, his parent or guardian; or

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Stay the Course

  Stay the Course by Audra Talley   Gah! Some days I am ridiculously unmotivated . . . for housework, schoolwork, wifework . . . pretty much anything. On the sunshiny days I want to lie in the greening grass and soak up months of missing vitamin

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Why You Should Go to a Homeschool Convention

Why You Should Go to a Homeschool Convention By Audra Talley   Three years ago, with a soon-to-be second grader, another ready to start school, and a 10 month-old on my hip, I went to my first homeschool convention. Another homeschool mom encouraged me to go, so I

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Homeschool Teams Win Idaho State Science Olympiad

Homeschool Teams Take Top Trophies at Idaho State Science Olympiad; Heading to Nationals   Treasure Valley middle school and high school homeschool students joined fifty-two public and private school teams from across the state to compete at the Idaho State Science Olympiad on Saturday, April 8th, 2017

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A Day in the Life, Miller Family

    What is homeschooling really like? Well, each family is unique, and therefore each homeschool is unique! “A Day in the Life” is a series of blog posts featuring real Idaho homeschool families. In this post, we introduce you to the Miller family, home educating their

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Idaho Homeschool History Part Thirteen

Idaho Homeschool History Part Thirteen The Golden Age of Homeschooling      In the years following 1992, Idaho Education Code 33-202 read:     33-202  SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COMPULSORY…Unless the child is otherwise comparably instructed, the parent or guardian shall cause the child to attend a public, private or parochial school

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