WARNING: The links to the following articles are automatically generated and updated hourly based on a search for the term "Homeschool" from Yahoo news syndication.
For those of us who have turned off the television, this will give you a good indication of how the major news media treats homeschooling. You will not find much mention of private Biblical homeschooling. The ideology of those in the news media is apparent as the "goodies" of government homeschooling are often the most positively spun elements.
Be sure to read "Avoid Government Homeschooling Like the Plague" to inoculate yourself before continuing.
Last Fetch: 11/24/2014 2:48:46 AM
Pint-sized Patriots learn of vets' courage
With their boots and brass buttons on their Continental uniforms polished to a high-gloss shine, Revolutionary War-era re-enactors celebrated America's first veterans Wednesday at the DeSoto County Museum, one of the first of a series of events honoring the nation's war dead in advance of Veteran's Day observances.
High school students sought for Poetry Out Loud contest
CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Division of Culture and History invites high school educators from ac ...
Richeyville teen flying high
RICHEYVILLE – If Jacob Ford one day becomes a household name, nobody should be surprised.
JCESC receives homeschool award
The Jefferson County Educational Service Center Board recently met at Southern Local High School prior to touring the Utica Shale Academy, where officials shared good news.
Homeschool Parents Pepper Sprayed, Tasered By Missouri Sheriff, Deputy in Front of Children
NEW HAMPTON, Mo. – A Christian homeschooling organization has filed a legal challenge against a Missouri sheriff and his deputy after they pepper sprayed and tasered a couple in front of their children when they refused to let them in the house without a warrant. The situation occurred in September 2011 after a Missouri Child […]
Schlichter finishes 2nd in National Bible Bee
Conroe Area Christian Home Educators graduate Brittany Schlichter, 18, finished second place overall for the second straight year in the National Bible Bee Oct. 29-Nov. 1.
Mount Anthony Union School Board hears citizens' concerns
BENNINGTON >> Mount Anthony Union school board meetings tend to not be heavily attended by the public, but on Wednesday several members of the community came out to express their concerns. The first person to speak was the parent of an 11-year old middle school student, who had not been added to the bus route because she was determined to live too close to the school.
American School Names Dr. Thomas Hurlburt Principal
Dr. Thomas Hurlburt brings more than two decades of educational experience to his new job as American School Principal. (PRWeb November 21, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12339899.htm
AT TITCOMB’S • Nov. 22: Bestselling author Nancy Thayer speaks and signs copies of her book “An Island Christmas,” 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Titcomb’s Bookshop, 432 Route 6A, East Sandwich. 508-888-2331.
Can Atheists Know God Does Not Exist When They Don't Know What's in Your Garage?
HORSHAM, Penn., Nov. 20, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Christians are intimidated and suffer the loss of joy and assurance in the face of sophisticated arguments against faith in Christ.
Homeschool Family Raided By Missouri Sheriff, Parents Tasered And Pepper-Sprayed
A police raid on the home of a Missouri homeschool family involved the use of a Taser and pepper spray. The children were ultimately removed from the home and placed in the custody of social services. A Nodaway County Sheriff and an officer entered the home without a warrant. A Nodaway County, Missouri, court has Homeschool Family Raided By Missouri Sheriff, Parents Tasered And Pepper-Sprayed is ...
Wiley Announces Coding For Kids – the First "For Kids" Book from the Makers of the For Dummies® Series
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wiley announces Coding For Kids the first installment in the new “For Kids” book series from the world’s bestselling reference series, For Dummies®
Guest Opinion: CUSD teachers should forego pay raises
Our house of education is in trouble. The Calaver-as Unified School Dis-trict is broke and everyone is suspicious and on guard. Misinfor-mation is running rampant, many unproductive ideas are circulating, and clear information has not been forthcoming.
Release: Westlake Christian basketball team takes 2nd in tournament
In a field of eight schools from around the region, the Westlake Christian Academy basketball team took second in a pre-season tournament hosted by Lake County Baptist...
Preservation Parks news
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, ext. 3, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The offices of Preservation Parks are at 2656 Hogback Road in Sunbury.
Wednesday, Nov. 19 Calendar
9:30 a.m. — Toddler Time at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Stories, puppets and activities for toddlers (12-36 months) and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752.
Last year: 6-14 Coach: Brian Harshman (first year) Key players: Senior Maryl Gerst, senior Ashley Ormsby, junior Hannah Delp, junior Rachel Sand
Shocker baseball announces 2015 signing class
Wichita State has signed 16 baseball players in the early signing period, Head Coach Todd Butler announced on Nov. 18.
Pilot Club of Longview charters state’s first homeschool Anchor Club
Blaine Woods said Monday he is excited to serve the community through Pilot International’s first homeschool Anchor Club in Texas.
Monday, Nov. 17 Calendar
4 to 6 p.m. — Write-in sessions for National Novel Writing Month participants, at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Work on your book, meet fellow novelists and get help from writing coaches.
'Bob's Burgers' recap: 'Friends with Burger-fits'
When they find out eating burgers daily isn't great for their health, Bob and Teddy go to boot camp together.
The Ponca City Saints defeated the homeschool Sabres from Reno Co., Kan., in varsity boys action on Saturday afternoon. The Saints started slowly but played good defense to open up a 10-3 lead in the opening frame.
Home, school, fun
Alexa and Calista Kaufman are balls of energy. Like any other kids they love to play around, get giddy, and talk—a lot, even to strangers. Alexa, six, and Calista, two, are homeschooled.And people say homeschooled kids are not used to hobnobbing?Homeschooling, while many still are not aware, is a form of education where parents are the teachers, kids are the students, and home is the school. ...
No weapons found after lockdown at John Tyler High School
John Tyler High School was placed on lockdown on Friday while school officials searched for individuals whom authorities believed had planned an altercation against one another.
2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award
It's that time of the year again. The Loudoun Times-Mirror is accepting applications for the 2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award.
Oakland Unified School District Selects Comcast Business Ethernet Services to Help Propel Students and Faculty into ...
OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In a time when education resources are moving online at a rapid pace, Comcast Business today announced that the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), a national leader in the community schools movement, has selected Comcast Business...
What Went Wrong at the Upstart School Milken Backed?
K12 Inc. (LRN) was heralded as the next revolution in schooling. Billionaire Michael Milken backed it, and former Florida governor Jeb Bush praised it. Now the online education pioneer is failing to live up to its promise.
What Went Wrong at the Upstart School Michael Milken Backed?
K12 Inc. (LRN) was heralded as the next revolution in schooling. Billionaire Michael Milken backed it, and former Florida governor Jeb Bush praised it. Now the online education pioneer is failing to live ...
AT TITCOMB’S • Nov. 15: Author Judith Campbell will speak and sign copies of her Cape Cod mystery, “A Singular Mission,” 2 p.m. at Titcomb’s Bookshop, 432 Route 6A, East Sandwich. 508-888-2331.
Look at your home and reflect on how it has changed in its functions. It used to be that the home was mainly a place for the family to eat together and, at the end of the day, sleep in. Some family socialization took place in the home but, before the advent of television, much of social interaction—within the family, with other relatives, friends and neighbors—took place outside. You still see ...