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Two excellent sites i’ve come accross regarding aid to Haiti are: http://hopetohaiti.com/ and http://www.bhm.org/ They do more than just “feed them for a day.” They work to help them feed themsleves for a lifetime.
I have to question the motives of this organization since the only solutions backed are the removal or limiting of firearms currently available, and owned by law abiding citizens. I sent a letter today to the editor of USA Today in … Continue reading
This documentary is about the failure of institutionalized education. “The numerous failures and pathologies associated with school are predominantly due to it autocratic structure. Because no one wants to voluntarily relinquish power, this fundamental problem is never addressed or … Continue reading
Individuals should have the right to have guns on their person, even if they are teachers, if they are law abiding citizens. Some persons, though are: 1. just uncomfortable with that thought of being near a gun because of the dangers of accidental discharge; or 2. … Continue reading
What is a homeschool diploma, or a homeschool transcript? Who issues them? The short answer is, the parents issue these. They can create these records and “declare” their student graduated as early as age 16. Yet, the final two years of “enrollment” need to … Continue reading
From Pastor Richard Wilmont What is the Black Robed Regiment? A Brief History by David Barton The Black Robed Regiment was the name that the British placed on the courageous and patriotic American clergy during the Founding Era (a backhanded … Continue reading
By Coach Dave Daubenmire December 6, 2012 NewsWithViews.com One of my dear friends just received a few more bruises from another battle with the authorities.Not the government free-speech deniers, but those passive bullies known as Christian-leadership. He just went toe-to-toe … Continue reading
http://internet4classrooms.com/ This website has online learning modules at the K-12 and adult learning level – and they are completely free. You will find very detailed PowerPoint presentations for some lessons, videos, etc., and the lessons are all organized by level and subject, and … Continue reading
An individual may earn college credit by passing a test for each course. Though these credits can be used toward graduation, most colleges require you earn at least 21 of your total credits from their school, to be awarded their … Continue reading
Go to the website for the Florida Parent Educator’s Association, and click on your District to find pertinent information in your area.
Paperless Communications Sign up for E-Mail Notices View Official Communications Archive In an effort to communicate with Florida’s educational community in a timely and cost efficient manner, the Department of Education developed the Paperless Communications System as a means of … Continue reading
The “DrudgeReport” of Florida is Sayfiereview. http://www.sayfiereview.com/
CLICK HERE for a quick summary of this private school for homeschoolers. Family Tree Private School supports the authority of the family and parents over the lives of their children. Family Tree Private School offers accredited private school enrollment, homeschooling … Continue reading
A very historic event took place that was not promoted much by CSPAN or the media. A verified Continental Congress was held in 2009 as it became evident our nation was being negatively affected by communism, and socialist elements. To some that were … Continue reading
I have a little story to tell that stresses the importance of the need for parents to support, and monitor their elected school officials – and for teachers to work with their union representative. A strong collaboration will improve the health … Continue reading