Finish high school, go to college for 4 years, get a good, entry-level job in your career area and work your way up the ladder. This path equals a happy life and success in the current American culture; however, does this really equal a happy life and success? Our dear son (DS) graduated fromRead more about Acceptance of My Son’s Choices Can Be Hard[…]
I opened up my email inbox and saw an unfamiliar address. I’m always a little leery of opening an email from someone I don’t know. However, this time the subject line looked legitimate. As I cautiously clicked on the message, it opened to an introduction through a mutual friend. As I read through the email,Read more about Hope for You Teen’s Education[…]
Grading is something I really disliked as a teacher. I loved planning my courses, developing the questions I would ask the kids, and organizing how I could guide them to come to their own understanding of the concept or topic. I really enjoyed the teaching. I was more the “guide on the side” than theRead more about How To Know What my Teen is Learning[…]
A quiet movement is going on among parents who want something different for their children’s education.