Every year, Homeschool.com publishes our Top 100 Educational Websites. It's informational, helpful, and a resource homeschoolers look forward to receiving. Hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2015!
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I would like to tell you a little bit about our homeschool journey and what we finally settled on after 1 year of tears! I hope you find some of this information inspirational and helpful in your homeschool journey. In 2011 I quit my full-time job to become a stay at home/homeschool mom. I […]
Every year, Homeschool.com asks our readers to give their input in regards to their favorite homeschooling websites. We take this information, research the sites, and turn this raw information into a newsletter that we can share with our readers. We want to know, what websites are your go-to/can't live without sites. Did you find new ones this year (many new ones made the list—one even made the Top Ten!)? Do you have particular reasons for liking a site (we included comments as well—as we know the more information you have, the better)? Here is our final product—we hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2014!
Every year, Homeschool.com asks our Product Testers to send us a list of their favorite educational websites. We take this information, research the sites, and turn this raw information into a newsletter that we can share with our readers. As always, most of the recommended sites are free--but a few commercial sites are spattered in as well--they are just too good to omit--and our readers did recommend them. Hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2013!
In the early 1980's, mass media jumped on the news that Grant, the eldest homeschooled son of Micki and David Colfax, gained entrance to Harvard University. Grant's appearance on The Tonight Show marked the beginning of the media's fascination with the idea that young men and women who never attended school could get into some of the nation's most prestigious universities and colleges. Today, homeschoolers moving on to college has become a matter of course, so there's no reason to miss the rewards of homeschooling, even during the high school years, if your child wants to attend college.