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May 2009

31 May 10:00 pm
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Homeschooler Places Second in National Spelling Bee

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   The national spelling be was held on May 28 in Washington D.C. Homeschooler Tim…

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29 May 9:00 pm
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Homeschooling by the Numbers

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   I find this article from USA Today interesting. It throws around a lot of numbers…

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28 May 9:00 pm
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Homeschooling and Summer

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   What are your plans for the summer? This seems to be the popular question as…

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27 May 9:00 pm
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Homeschoolers Perform the Arts

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   Today I came across this article and had to share it. There are those who think…

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26 May 9:00 pm
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Homeschoolers are not Quitters

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   I try to keep the focus of my articles on positive, uplifting news. I can be…

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25 May 9:00 pm
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Exhibit Highlights Homeschoolers’ Talents

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   Art is kind of a big deal in our house. We are always in the middle of some art…

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22 May 9:00 pm
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Policy Proposal Unfair to Homeschoolers

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor   I stumbled upon this article and found it interesting and worth sharing.   It…

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21 May 9:42 pm
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More Graduation Celebrations

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor We’re honoring our graduating homeschoolers this month. Reader, Michelle Griswold,…

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20 May 9:00 pm
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Team Reaches Championship

by Amy Tjaden Homeschool.com News Editor Imagine a gang of kids who want nothing more than to play ball. They are denied…

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19 May 9:00 pm
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Celebrating Graduation

Homeschool.com News Editor On Monday I posted an article about homeschoolers and graduation ceremonies. I asked you, our…

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