Yearly archives: 2012

Keeping Costs Low

If keeping costs low is a priority, you have plenty of company! You don’t have to go broke to homeschool.  Families homeschool on every imaginable budget and The quality of your child’s education is not determined by how many dollars you spend. It is possible to have a high-quality education and still spend very little, […]

How Do I Know What My Child Needs to Learn?

Your own knowledge of your child’s strengths and interests, combined with some general knowledge about typical courses of study, can make it easy to determine what learning you want to tackle next.  Then you can look for materials and methods to bring that learning to your child. How do you get that general knowledge about […]

Roanoke Times, Homeschoolers Sports Access, April 2012

VaHomeschoolers Government Affairs Director Amy Wilson writes in support of homeschoolers access to public school sports in this “Point/Counterpoint” series hosted by The Roanoke Times.

Time Magazine, The Home Team, April 2012

Former VaHomeschoolers Board member Jeanne Faulconer and her son Nick are featured in a multi-page article discussing how the ban on homeschoolers playing public school sports in Virginia affects on their family. Also covers the sports access issue from a national level.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – March 1, 2012

Senate Committee Votes Down Homeschool Sports Access Bill

Press Release: Senate Committee Votes Down Homeschool Sports Access Bill

Press Release: Senate Committee Votes Down Homeschool Sports Access Bill

How a Classical Approach Works For Us

By Nancy Renwick Clendenon, Midlothian, March-April 2012

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – February 28, 2012

HB 947 at Risk in the Senate!

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – February 20, 2012

Please Take Action Now to Support HB 947 in the Senate! Curriculum Description Bill Progress Continues; Update on Homeschool Tax Credit Bill.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – February 8, 2012

Success Builds for Sports Access and Curriculum Description Bills; VaHomeschoolers Meeting with Virginia PTA President-elect.

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