HT: Standing for Truth
Recently the Subway sandwich chain offered this contest to kids in public, private, and parochial schools but excluded those kids that are home schooled, saying: “Home schools not eligible.” You can read more about this at American Thinker. This discrimination obviously caused a stir and especially so in the Blog World (and critics still say […]
Ingrid has reported on her blog Hope in Laodicea of yet another example of problems with the public schools. It’s examples like this that contributes to homeschooling’s growing popularity. Trust me, these kinds of incidents happen more often than you think. In fact, here’s another one.
Wherever you go, you will hear men crying out about how bad youth are. But indeed the source of the problem must be sought a little higher: it is bad parents that make bad children! We cannot blame children so much for their unruliness, for the greater weight of the blame lies in our own […]
While California takes steps to ban homeschooling here’s a great example as to why so many parents are choosing to home school their children . . . and it has nothing to do with evolution. A teacher who graduated college and taught high school for 17 years who never learned to read. Read the article […]
Justice H. Walter Croskey said in the court ruling against homeschooling, “Parents do not have a constitutional right to homeschool their children.” I didn’t see anything in the constitution about abortion, but that didn’t seem to be a hindrance. I knew this was coming. It was inevitable as more and more people have chosen to […]