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Guide to Homeschooling in Massachusetts: an MHLA publication in pdf format (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

A to Z Home's Cool : Good starting place for an extensive collection of homeschool information

Methods and Styles of Homeschooling: a listing of homeschooling approaches at A to Z Home's Cool

Emotional Aspects of Homeschooling: Uncertain about whether you are temperamentally suited to the task?

Homeschooling and Special Needs: A list of resources

No Need to Grade: The case against grading

Starting to homeschool midway through the academic year, an article by E.S. Zagorsky Goldberg

The Myth of the Perfect Homeschooler, an essay by Leigh Vozella

 

History and Current Status of Homeschooling (selected articles and resources)

Our experience at MHLA has shown us that the more informed we are about all aspects of homeschooling, the more effective we can be in dealing with officials who might have (or hope to have) some say in homeschool regulations. To help keep you informed about the history and current status of homeschooling, MHLA has collected some articles that we have found valuable.

John Holt and the Origins of Contemporary Homeschooling, by Pat Farenga. A wonderfully concise overview of how John Holt arrived at his convictions about homeschooling.

Testing in the Schools, by John Holt. Holt's thoughts on what homeschoolers should be able to ask the schools.

National Center for Educational Statistics 2003 report on Homeschooling: " 1.1 Million Homeschooled Students in the United States in 2003"

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