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Help! My Child Can’t Sit Still

Author: Peggy Ployhar Published in: THSC Review August 2016 Published on: Aug. 1, 2016 — Every once in a while, the Texas Home School Coalition Special Needs Department gets a call from a parent saying, “I can’t get

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Lightlab: Science and Faith for Kids

Are you seeking to understand the culture of the next generation and don’t know where to turn? I recently read Gen Z (published by Barna Group), which offers relevant facts on today’s youth and valuable advice to their educators

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The Family Economy: So Crazy, It Works!

Author: Chad Roach Published in: Generations Magazine, Reprinted with Permission Published on: Nov. 1, 2016 Updated on: Oct. 15, 2020 When folks in the big, wide world find out I don’t have a formal high school diploma,

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A Change That Transformed Our Homeschool

Author: Bridget Kessler Published in: Home Educator Quarterly Published on: Mar. 23, 2018 Updated on: Oct. 15, 2020 No matter what abilities our children do or don’t possess, parents stubbornly believe that their children are full of potential.

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Beating the Winter Doldrums

By Jen Snyder, President | Homeschool New York I know of a veteran homeschool mom who asked her husband if they could set aside an evening and head over to the diner, just the two of them,

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JIM VON EIFF – STATE FARM INSURANCE 

Jim faithfully supports Homeschool New York and its members. As a longtime supporter of our organization, he’s experienced in working with homeschool families. For more information or to contact him, visit the following links. Jim Von Eiff –

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TeenPact New York

Do you want your child to be a leader, even at a young age? TeenPact trains youth to lead with excellence! The TeenPact State Class is a dynamic, hands-on leadership experience where students learn about state government

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Homeschool New York began in order to protect the God-given and constitutional rights to home educate in New York State, regardless of one’s philosophy of education or religious affiliation, and to provide necessary support for homeschool families.

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