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Who is Tom Woods?

Tom Woods is an American author and libertarian commentator who is currently a senior fellow at the Mises Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Harvard (#23 on the top 50 bachelors degrees of that year, incidentally) and his Ph.D. in history from Columbia. His academic work revolves around western political institutions, especially […]

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Are Homeschool Students Smarter?

Are homeschool students smarter than their public and private school counterparts? According to some studies, the answer is yes. Critics of homeschooling argue that children who are educated at home miss out on important socialization opportunities, but proponents say that’s not the case at all. In fact, they believe that homeschooled kids often have better […]

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Best Online Homeschool Programs

Current homeschooling programs are, more often than not, worth the investment. They offer students the chance to learn from certified teachers at their own pace and in an atmosphere of familiarity. The best online homeschool program is one that looks good on paper and works even better in practice. Knowing how homeschool works can also […]

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How Does Homeschooling Work?

Homeschooling was first practiced as a way to keep children away from school bullies but has since evolved into a popular educational choice for many, both inside and outside the United States. Homeschooling is an educational practice that involves parents instructing their child or children in a variety of subjects at home. The children will […]

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Homeschool Tips and Tricks for Beginners

A large portion of the homeschooling community finds it valuable to share their knowledge with each other, whether through Facebook groups, blog posts or just chat conversations.  The following article is based on a compilation of some of the most helpful tips and tricks that I have read over the past few months. I am not […]

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Who is Ron Paul?

Ron Paul was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 20, 1935 to Howard Paul and Margaret Paul. He graduated from Dormont High School in 1953. Three years later he earned a B.S. degree from Gettysburg College in 1958. In 1962 he received his Doctor of Medicine from Duke University School of Medicine .         After finishing […]

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6 Reasons to Homeschool Your Child

Nutritional Needs A homeschooling parent is the perfect person to make sure their kids are eating healthy. When you know your child has several hours in the day, every day, with no adult watching over them they can make poor choices about their nutritional needs. There are many ways parents can help ensure their kids get […]

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Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum Review

Since the 1850s, compulsory education has been a reality of American life. As a consequence, the public-school system sprung up in order to meet the educational needs of a nation. Some will argue that this system of public education served its purpose for a time even playing a key role in the ascendance of the […]

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Tom Woods Liberty Classroom Review

Liberty Classroom Review: Classes provides doctoral-level education in a fraction of the time​ As today’s left veers erratically from one crazed mania to the next, rational thought founded in a careful study of American history and a sound theoretical basis in real-world economics has never been more in need. Indeed a review of the Liberty Classroom […]

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