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A re-learning experience


Young children are a tough audience and a tough interview.
I was reminded of the former while talking about my career to a dozen children, ages 4 to 8, at the MICAH home school co-op. I was reminded of the latter when I asked them how they like being in the co-op.
Ashtyn Morgan, 7, said he likes everything about it but especially science. “I want to be a scientist when I grow up,” he said.
MICAH, which stands for Mid-Illinois Cooperative Adventures in Homeschooling, offers field trips to its members and classes Thursday afternoons at Life Foursquare Church.
With that comes opportunities for socialization that home schooled children often lack.


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