home-school home-school


  • (v) educate (one's children) at home instead of sending (them) to a school


  1. But the home-school movement is itself divided over the issue, which is one reason home-school-friendly states such as Michigan haven't passed similar laws.
  2. There are home-school chat sessions on the Internet, even home-school proms and graduation ceremonies.
  3. The home-school movement has reached beyond the odd coalition of religious conservatives and countercultural libertarians who started it.


  • Regional home-school association hosts book, bake sale in Craig

    The Northwest Colorado Homeschool Association held a book and bake sale Saturday in Craig. Nearly 30 families in Craig and neighboring cities home-school their children and are members of the organization.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Craig Daily Press

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