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New Mexico Homeschooling

The number of homeschooling families in the United States is growing every year. Many parents in New Mexico have chosen this path as well. If you have questions about homeschooling in New Mexico, need a support group, or simply want more information and ideas, you've come to the right place. We've compiled the best of the resources available on the Internet to give you a primary source of New Mexico homeschooling information.


Quote of the Day Back to Top
Parents give up their rights when they drop the children off at public school.
Melinda Harmon, Federal Judge   

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Unschooling Gamers
This group is for unschooling gamers to connect and chat and share tips and tricks and otherwise meet and have fun! The main focus of this group is video games, but on-line game chat is also welcome (like Neopets or Subeta or Runescape).
Does Anyone Regret the Decision to Homeschool?
A question and answer series about whether homeschooling is right for you and your family.
The Lost Tools of Learning
Dorothy Sayers
Is not the great defect of our education today that although we often succeed in teaching our pupils "subjects," we fail lamentably on the whole in teaching them how to think: they learn everything, except the art of learning. Dorothy Sayers authored this essay in 1947, discussing a classical approach to education, with the recommendation to adopt a modified version of the medieval scholastic curriculum.
Against School
John Taylor Gatto
This essay was written for the Harper's Magazine forum, "School on a Hill." John Taylor Gatto discusses how public education cripples our kids and why.

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Home Learning Year by Year : How to Design a Homeschool Curriculum from Preschool Through High School
Rebecca Rupp
 
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The Unschooling Handbook : How to Use the Whole World As Your Child's Classroom
Mary Griffith
 
100 Top Picks For Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing The Right Curriculum And Approach For Your Child's Learning Style
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