Tag: homeschool

Entrepreneurship 101

Entrepreneurship 101

| April 13, 2017

We are raising the most educated generation of students, but not the most skilled. In fact, the gap between education and career-readiness seems to be widening. Almost 3/4ths of employers surveyed agree that graduates are not ready for hire. The good news is that students can be pro-active and gain the skills today’s marketplace demands. […]

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Great First Jobs

Great First Jobs

| July 15, 2016

Last week I had the opportunity to consult with a family that attended one of my workshops. They shared that their daughter just started working as a barista at a local coffee shop and was loving it! Why a barista? Because they took the survey I recommended and barista came up as the number one […]

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Avoiding Identity Theft

Avoiding Identity Theft

| April 8, 2016

Lori started her conversation with me discouraged. “I didn’t think it would be this hard. I thought, by now, I wouldn’t have to defend our decision to homeschool.” For her 9th grade son, there was a pull to not just play on the high school sports team, but to feel a complete part of the […]

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Which Curriculum is Best?

Which Curriculum is Best?

| January 1, 2015

Which curriculum is best to prepare for a CLEP exam? This is one of the most frequently asked questions I receive from homeschool parents. Sometimes the wording is slightly different ~ Do I have to use a college textbook? Is Abeka or Notgrass or A History of US okay for the US History CLEP? We’re […]

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Homeschooling High School – Where to Begin

Homeschooling High School – Where to Begin

| June 19, 2014

Everyone has different reasons to begin homeschooling. Maybe you are at a crossroads trying to decide what direction your student’s high school years will take? Maybe, like me, there is hesitancy on your part to homeschool high school simply because you are unsure of what to accomplish, how to go about it, or wonder if […]

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