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Graduating My Oldest: A Parent-Teacher’s Perspective
May 31, 2016 – 9:38 am | No Comment

Lea Ann Garfias is a parent-teacher in Texas who was homeschooled by her own mother. She is now homeschooling her daughter and three sons. Her boys, she told me, are always excited to study the Middle …

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Tales from Tapestry University: “When It’s My Head on the Chopping Block”
September 21, 2015 – 11:05 am | No Comment
Tales from Tapestry University: “When It’s My Head on the Chopping Block”

A few weeks ago, I caught up with one of our Tapestry University summer school students, Martha Kedrovsky.  Martha, who has been homeschooling since 2004, lives in Kansas with her husband Karl and their two …