In Case You Were Undecided

Measure up to homeschool

Measure up to homeschool

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10 thoughts on “In Case You Were Undecided

    • katharinetrauger says:

      Wow, MG!
      I’m so glad this blessed you–thanks for your kind words, here!
      It went that way for me, too. I was sure I was sure, before we actually got them home but 2 weeks after we started, I saw changed kids! It was so wonderful to realize just the act of actually having them at home was changing their personalities for the better! 🙂

  1. dianegates says:

    Reblogged this on DiAne Gates and commented:
    These are amazing stats from my fellow writer and friend Katharine Trauger. I lead an edit group of home schooled teens. They are amazing kids! May God bless the mothers and fathers who home school their children. And may God bless their precious children.

  2. dianegates says:

    Katharine, what a wonderful post! I’ve reblogged it and posted it on FaceBook. Thank you for all you do and have done in this imperative educational change for the benefit of the generations to come.

    DiAne

    • katharinetrauger says:

      DiAne, I found the reblog before I’d even had a chance to come here, and now I find all these kind words from you. Thanks so much!
      Imperative.
      I’ve never considered that word in the light of home schooling before, but it is becoming such an easy-to-see, black-and-white decision, these days, it must truly hurt those who’ve lost the chance to teach their own, themselves. I pray for them..

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