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Are Forced Vaccinations for Home-Schoolers On The Horizon?

As the number of home-schooling families in America increases, is there a growing chance that there will be forced vaccinations for home-schoolers? The answer is maybe. New Jersey Bill A-3818m introduced in April, would require a family applying for a religious exemption to provide a notarized letter, explaining why vaccinations pose a conflict, along with a statement that any religious ...

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Public School Shootings Force Many To Consider Home-Schooling


There are many reasons parents consider home-schooling their children. They can have more control over their children’s curriculum and spend more time together as a family. They can also offer an individualized learning environment for their kids. Now you can add keeping children safe to that list. Home-Schooling Numbers Are Growing Several states are reporting an increase in home-schooling in ...

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Henty and Social History

In his classic study of the Victorian mentality, The Victorian Frame of Mind, Walter E. Houghton declares: “If we hope to discover the inwards thoughts of a generation, it is to literature that we must look.”  This is why, for historians, the works of G.A. Henty, the acknowledged king of boys’ writers in the late-Victorian period, are so fascinating and ...

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Interview with “Longing for Motherhood” author Chelsea Sobolik

Approximately 1 in 10 American couples struggle with infertility during their lifetime and approximately 1 in 5 American pregnancies will end in miscarriage. Despite the staggering statistics, infertility is rarely discussed and many families struggle internally on a daily basis with these heartbreaking, unaddressed wounds. That’s why Chelsea Sobolik decided to share her own journey with childlessness in her new ...

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Fascinating Life Of G.A. Henty

When it came to understanding the mind of young boys, G.A. Henty seemed to have a finger on their pulse. This prolific writer spent a lifetime creating books that would lure in the imagination of boys — and then leave them wanting a lot more. He understood what it meant to draw in the reader from the first page and ...

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