Guest blog on CSE by Yolandi Garden
Hayley Gibbons’s article entitled “Homeschooling holds its own” features in ISASA’s Summer 2019 edition.
What they wanted to achieve via the Policy, they will thus seek to achieve via the Act.
“History is the study of everything that has happened until now. Unless you plan to live entirely in the present moment, the study of history is inevitable”
With the Internet at our fingertips and the fact that we have access to so much more information than previous homeschool generations, it can get quite overwhelming.
All homeschooling parents worry about whether they are “pacing” their children according to “acceptable” rates of advancement.
Homeschoolers pride themselves on raising their children to have what past generations called “gumption.”
It’s easy for those of us who want more structure to feel like we’re doing something wrong.
These are not quick fixes, like an ABC or 123 of how to get yourself out of “homeschool burnout”.