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Minnesota Homeschooling

Homeschooing can seem like a daunting task. With some helpful resources, great support, and good information, it can become an exciting and rewarding journey for your family. We've put together the best information and resources on homeschooling in Minnesota into one website to allow you to find what you need. Whether you are looking for information on unschooling, searching for a support group, seeking local resources and information, or just needing a little motivation, we've got it all and much, much more!


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Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.
Malcolm Forbes   

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Getting Organized Part 1
Katherine Von Duyke
This article includes great organization tricks and tips for getting organized, including organizing around themes, how less is more, how to plan in blocks of time, and a discussion of storage solutions.
I Can't Homeschool Because I Don't Have a Degree
Not so! You absolutely can homeschool without a degree. Not only is it not required by most states that a homeschooling parent has a college degree, but it’s simply a misconceived notion that those without a college degree are not intelligent. Certainly that is not the case! The main requirement for homeschooling your children is a parent with a loving heart and a desire to give their child the best. You don’t need special training in child psychology. Remember, you know your child better than anyone else!
Government Schooling Comes to America: The Origins of Government Schooling in the United States
Matthew Brouillette
The first step in understanding the state of education today is to review how government came to be the dominant force behind schooling in the United States. From the outset of the first settlements in the New World, Americans founded and successfully maintained a decentralized network of schools through the 1850s. Then, beginning in New England, a wave of change swept across the country, which soon saw states quickly abandoning the original American model of decentralized, private education in favor of government-funded and operated schools.
Eclectic Homeschooling
Marilyn Moll
Read about one family's experiences with designing their own learning journey.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Home Schooling
An honest look at the good and the bad of homeschooling.

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100 Top Picks For Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing The Right Curriculum And Approach For Your Child's Learning Style
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