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Homeschool High School | Homeschool Consultant | High School Transcript
Ties together spelling, grammar and usage, reading and writing, speaking and listening into an existing language arts curriculum. For grades 5-10.
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Colorado Homeschool Law: The Story In the 1980s, two Colorado homeschool moms led a fledgling group of homeschool parents in crafting a bill that would establish homeschool freedom. Listen to ...
Homeschool: Our unplanned, wild ride. Listen up, Jenna and Jenelle each had separate dreams of homeschooling one day but when the pandemic hit, their once fleeting fantasies became an instant ...
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Podcast ID badge featuring woman weaving fish nets in backgroundThe American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing more workers’ voices from around the country to listeners with the second season of “America Works,” a podcast series celebrating the diversity, resilience and creativity of the American workforce during a time of economic challenge and transition.The season's first episode features Sarah Fortin, a fish net maker in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The episode is now available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and at loc.gov/podcasts. Click here for more information.
Podcast ID badge featuring woman weaving fish nets in backgroundThe American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing more workers’ voices from around the country to listeners with the second season of “America Works,” a podcast series celebrating the diversity, resilience and creativity of the American workforce during a time of economic challenge and transition.The season's first episode features Sarah Fortin, a fish net maker in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The episode is now available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and at loc.gov/podcasts. Click here for more information.
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing the voices of workers throughout the country to listeners with "America Works," a new podcast series that celebrates the diversity and tenacity of the American workforce during a time of economic crisis and transition.Each 10-minute episode of "America Works" introduces listeners to an individual worker whose first-person narrative adds to the wealth of our shared national experience. On Thursday, Sept. 3, the first four episodes will become available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and at loc.gov/podcasts. A new episode will be released weekly and featured on the Library's social media channels beginning Thursday, Sept. 10.Click here for more information.
Some college students listen to their iPods at volumes that may lead to hearing damage, according to a new study
Join the Homeschooler Next Door as we sit with Jessica Hulcy, founder of the KONOS curriculum. Having 4 boys to teach Jessica quickly found that she needed more than seat work. Listen and learn how this innovative lady turned her need into a curriculum for thousands.
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