You can do this!!!! As the public schools continue to become less safe physically, emotionally, and spiritually more and more parents are considering homeschooling. On a daily basis parents around the country are asking questions to their friends and using Facebook forums to trying and wrap their … [Read more...] about Where Do I Even Begin? – A Jump-Start Guide to Homeschooling
What would you do if you were told to stop praying or stop receiving payment? This was the option a recent ‘homeschool coop’ in Michigan was given by the public school partnership that paid them for their services provided to their constituency enrolled through their program. Here is a portion of … [Read more...] about Prayer or Partnership?
Is Homeschooling Elitist? by Israel Wayne Over the many years that I’ve been involved in the home education movement, I have heard the accusation, on occasion, that homeschooling is elitist or separationist. Is that true? Do people home educate their children because they believe their … [Read more...] about Is Homeschooling Elitist?
The How and Why of Homeschooling There is ongoing discussion about needing to define who exactly is a homeschooler, and it causes me some concern because of its focus. It seems to me the discussion centers around ‘HOW’ someone homeschools, versus ‘WHY’ someone homeschools. INCH is certainly not … [Read more...] about The How and Why of Homeschooling
The slippery slope has begun! The warnings regarding government regulation and encroachment that INCH and others have been voicing to those homeschooling families participating in virtual public academies and public school partnerships are now being realized. HB 4805 is a response to a proposed … [Read more...] about The Slippery Slope has Begun! HB 4805
Public School Partnerships -- The Parable of Two Roads By Israel Wayne Imagine a two-lane road. On one end is a large government monopoly that seeks to control every facet of education and eliminate all competition. People who have their children in this system, and many who work for it, are … [Read more...] about Public School Partnerships — The Parable of Two Roads
This question has been around ever since the first homeschool conference. Are husbands really needed at homeschool conferences? In the majority of houses the wife is the teacher. So, is the man, the husband, really needed? Why should the husband give up his time on something that he most likely will … [Read more...] about Are Husbands Really Needed at Homeschool Conferences?
In November of 2016, one of INCH's leadership team, Israel Wayne, and Michigan's HSLDA representative, Michael Donnelly, headed to the region of Nagano, Japan for a homeschooling conference. Both men shared the vision for home-based, parent-led home education, with Christ as the center of the home. … [Read more...] about Homeschooling is growing in Russia and Japan!