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Homeschool Guilt: When A Child Returns to Public School


My new memoir, Love in a Time of Homeschooling, was officially launched yesterday with a feature story in The Washington Post. This article explains a little about why I decided to homeschool my daughter, Julia, for the fifth grade (I'll explain more in future posts), and it describes some of our activities.

I've already had readers send emails asking why Julia went back to public school for the sixth grade. Why didn't I continue the homeschooling for the rest of her education?

Homeschool Guilt: When A Child Returns to Public School | Psychology Today

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