by Oliver DeMille The Key To begin, please make sure you’ve read Part I and Part II of this Special TJEd Report. If not, Part III won’t make much sense. Second, if what you got out of Parts I and II is that your kids [...]
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I moderate a large online forum where new and seasoned parents, homeschoolers and professional teachers discuss education and learning. Some questions are asked so frequently that I came up with what I call my "go-to advice" for those new to homeschool, or who are changing [...]
by Oliver DeMille Dislike or Disagree Rachel glanced at the book on the back seat, then picked it up. “This looks really interesting,” she said. She thumbed through a few pages, then stopped and read silently. She skimmed a few more pages, came to a [...]
Featured Articles: "5 Things Effective TJEd Families Never Say" by Oliver & Rachel DeMille "A New Year’s Personal Retreat: New Year Resolutions TJEd Style" by Oliver DeMille ****************** Featured Article: 5 Things Effective TJEd Families Never Say by Oliver and Rachel DeMille Warning: Straight talk [...]
On October 16, 1854, in Peoria, Illinois, Stephen Douglas finished his 3-hour address and sat down. Abraham Lincoln stood. He “reminded the audience that it was already 5 pm,” and then told them that it would take him at least as long as Mr. Douglas [...]
There is a widespread myth that feminism came about in the 20th Century, that—along with Civil Rights and Environmentalism—feminism is one of our great modern advances. The truth is that feminism has a much earlier origin. In the Beginning... Adam and Eve left the Garden [...]
What American Homeschoolers Say They Want The biggest educational trend in the United States is the growth of alternative schools. The Supreme Court decision on vouchers, along with numerous state-level efforts to empower non-traditional education, is indicative of this trend. But the big changes are [...]
For Support and Resources, click here. By Rachel DeMille You know, some people just hear the principles of Leadership Education (TJEd "tee-jay-ed") articulated just once and think, “Right! That makes perfect sense!” They are ready to just go for it. If this describes you, getting [...]