The Child – Parental Rights Under Attack If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out the preview of The Child documentary and consider hosting a screening in your area. The film shows the dangerous movement toward governments, not parents, deciding what is best for children and lays out a clear plan to help protect […]
Hanford Sentinel.com ~ Jim Mullen The big rap against homeschooled kids seems to be that they aren’t “socialized.” I asked a longtime member of a big-city school board about homeschooling, and he shook his head and rolled his eyes. “Those kids are nothing but problems,” he said. “They’re not socialized. We had one boy who […]
For kindergarten through high school students, this is an excellent opportunity for vocal training, musicianship and fun: The Choral Society of Northeast PA’s children’s and young adult choirs. Rehearsal site for 2011-2012 is Trinity Baptist Church 1546 Monsey Avenue, Scranton, PA Auditions are being held on September 6. Click here for more information.
Do you face the challenge of home educating in the state of Pennsylvania? Are there questions about your state law that you need answered? Find out in the free, HSLDA members-only e-vent “FAQ about Pennsylvania Homeschool Law” on Thursday, August 18, @ 10:00 a.m. (ET) with HSLDA Senior Counsel Dee Black. Dee has compiled a […]
Consider the following three items: At the root of the Christian attitude is a profound consciousness of the majesty of the moral law. But the majesty of the moral law is obscured in many ways at the present time, most seriously of all in the sphere of education. ….. There is something radically wrong with […]
Hear AiG’s Dr. Terry Mortenson in Exton, Pennsylvania, on August 21–22 Dr. Terry Mortenson, international creation speaker and scholar, will be in Exton, Pennsylvania, at Calvary Chapel Chester Springs on Sunday and Monday, August 21–22, 2011. Admission will be free. The event will be held at the following location: Calvary Chapel Chester Springs 217 Dowlin […]