- Answers to Objections to Home Schooling - This document gives some of the more common objections to home schooling and answers to them.
- Reasons to Home School Much time is spent by home schoolers in defending their decision to home school their children. Instead, perhaps we should be pointing out the reasons TO homeschool rather than defending against reasons NOT to homeschool.
- Called to Home School - This article should be read by ALL parents before sending their children to private or government school.
- Showing work in mathematics and why it's important, even in early grades.
- Areas - where do the formulas come from?
- Difficulties Learning Mathematics?
- Lines - a brief introduction to slope and equations for lines
- Response to an email I received with objections to home schooling from a pastor.
- A Short Course in Algebra - Some people tremble when they here the word "Algebra." This paper is an attempt to help parents get over a little of that fear by seeing that they were doing algebra in second grade. It takes a couple of examples and hopefully explains them simply and clearly.
- How to Do Word Problems - This is a step by step approach to solving those dreaded word problems.
- Should Calculus be Taught in High School? The answer may surprise you.
- I Hate Math, Why Do I Need to Learn It?
- Sequences of Numbers You know those questions we have all seen on standardized tests. You remember the kind, "Find the next number in the sequence 2, 4, 6, 8, . . . ." This note talks about problems like that.
- Sums of Sequences of Numbers An elementary look at a particular sequence.

- Government-Subsidized Home Schooling Programs: Will Family Educators Dodge This Bullet By Rodger Williams
- By Lawrence Rudner - Home Education Across the United States This is a study of the effectiveness of home schooling. Quick Quote: "This study demonstrates that home schooling works."

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