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Homeschool Portfolio Review

It’s over. I survived. Homeschoolers in Maryland are required to have a portfolio review, generally twice each year, either with someone from the county or from an umbrella school.  The law is fairly vague, requiring evidence of regular and thorough … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Education in Community

Recently I’ve been listening to some older episodes of my favorite podcast, Close Reads, as they discuss Wendell Berry’s novel “Jayber Crow.” In the episode I heard today, they were talking about the (fictional) town of Port William and how … Continue reading

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Why We Quit Doing Morning Time

As I mentioned briefly last week, I have decided to let go of Morning Time, at least for awhile. I know. Shocking, isn’t it?  I mean, can you even be a homeschooler these days and not do Morning Time in … Continue reading

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Seven Quick Takes – Week 3 Wrap Up

Seven Quick(ish) Takes as we finish our third week of school…  

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