Sorting through elections is always a tricky task. This election guide, written by homeschool dad and political expert Peter Orvetti, focuses on learning about how the process works. It’s not just useful for students, but for anyone who doesn’t understand how American elections work. They can be complex, after all. In case you’re concerned, this […]
As a homeschooler, you will most likely have the opportunity to write your own course descriptions when your high school student applies to college. Some parents don’t realize they have this task coming. Others are stressed out when they think about it. We want to help you prepare and also relax. We help families with […]
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