Vaccine Safety: Thoughts about the Risks and Dangers of Vaccination to Children

Risks and Dangers of Vaccination to Children Parents always wanted their children to be healthy in all aspects of their life. For this reason, mothers or guardians commonly choose to bring their babies or children to health care providers for vaccination. Once their children have been immunized, they feel at peace that their children will… Read More Vaccine Safety: Thoughts about the Risks and Dangers of Vaccination to Children

Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Method

A few thoughts about the Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Method Thinking about homeschooling your children? One suggestion of a great way to teach your children from home is the Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Method. One of the most popular methods for homeschoolers is the Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Method! This method will allow the children to experience “hands… Read More Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Method

Review: IN THE NAME OF EDUCATION, by Jonas E. Alexis

In the Name of Education, How Weird Ideologies Corrupt our Public Schools, Politics, the Media, Higher Institutions, and History. Published Hello, My name is Jonas Alexis. I am a math teacher in Florida , and I have written the book with the title, In the Name of Education: How Weird Ideologies Corrupt our Public Schools, Politics, the… Read More Review: IN THE NAME OF EDUCATION, by Jonas E. Alexis

Article comparing Homeschooled Students – The Evening Standard on the 14th of August 2000.

In 2000 as a homeschooling father and commuter, I often read the Evening Standard on the SWT Train traveling home, below is an article which interested me an which I am republishing 13 years later, This article first appeared in the Evening Standard on the 14th of August 2000. Homeschooling – Article Evening Standard on… Read More Article comparing Homeschooled Students – The Evening Standard on the 14th of August 2000.

National Identity Scheme for Children in the UK

U.K. NATIONAL IDENTITY SCHEME FOR CHILDREN John Clare, the Education Correspondent for The Daily Telegraph, recently received and responded to a letter from a school governor disturbed by an extension of the annual school census. Introduced in 1996, this census has been used by the British Department for Education and Skills (DfES) to annually collect… Read More National Identity Scheme for Children in the UK