How Home Education Equalizes Educational Opportunities

For the second year in a row, we have begun school on the road.   This year’s trip didn’t leave us soaked, but it is a watershed in American history: Little Rock, Arkansas’ Central High School. This majestic institution, built for $1.5 million in the late 1920’s (the “separate-but-equal” Paul Laurence Dunbar High had to […]

Should You Change Your Curriculum?

Like most of us who educate our kids at home, I often have a bookmark in several books at one time. I am currently reading My American Journey, the autobiography of four-star General and former Secretary of State Colin Powell.   As he shares the story of his life—his family’s West Indian heritage, surviving the South during the 60’s, and […]

How to Build a Worldchanger

One of my favorite conference presentations is a concept I refer to as teaching inclusive history.  It is my passion, and the foundation upon which I have educated our children and sought to educate others for a number of years now.   I truly do believe that when we give our children a Godly heart for […]

For the Freedom of Man, Even Fifty Years Later

It was January, 1961.  These were a few of the words of a young John F. Kennedy as he stood on the steps of the United States Capitol, ready to take on the momentous task of leading a nation in turmoil: ‘Since this country was founded, each generation of Americans has been summoned to give […]

Following the Path to Freedom

‘I had reasoned this out in my mind, there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other.’    Miss Harriet Tubman Though our trip to Niagara Falls was a purposeful excursion while dropping our daughter off at her home-away-from-home for […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...