Read about what two families have been forced to do because their daughters' schools haven't dealt effectively with bullying.
Ask yourself these five questions and see if it's time to re-evaluate your priorities.
Michelle breaks down her daily schedule, from the morning wakeup call to 19 bedtimes.
In a great example of learning by doing, one 12-year-old girl is building her own tiny house for a school project.
Help your kids understand where their food comes from -- if a farm visit is not on the agenda, share our virtual photo tour
Why homeschoolers should care that this family risks losing asylum.
Michelle opens up to a fan about how and why she teaches the kids at home.
Take your children on an educational journey around the world without leaving home or spending a dime.
Help your kids prepare for Easter.
Inexpensive and effective learning tools may be overlooked by teachers, so help spread the word on how to study smart.
Don't let the holiday season burn you out. Finish out strong.
Why is Rudolph's nose red? Do reindeer get tired working all night long?
Scared to send your kids to school, but scared to homeschool? Here's where to get started.
Believing that home schooling does not go far enough, proponents of "unschooling" claim a child should learn as, when and how they want. I'm not convinced.
Homeschooled kids will want to read these books over and over again.
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