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Missouri Homeschooling

Join us as we explore homeschooling in Missouri. You'll find support groups, teaching tips, stories of successful homeschoolers, events, discussions of homeschooling methods, and much, much more.


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I Can't Homeschool Because I Don't Have a Degree
Not so! You absolutely can homeschool without a degree. Not only is it not required by most states that a homeschooling parent has a college degree, but it’s simply a misconceived notion that those without a college degree are not intelligent. Certainly that is not the case! The main requirement for homeschooling your children is a parent with a loving heart and a desire to give their child the best. You don’t need special training in child psychology. Remember, you know your child better than anyone else!
Jewish Waldorf
This group offers a discussion of issues facing Jews who choose Waldorf education, the potentials and difficulties of combining Waldorf with Judaism, ideas for celebrating holidays and festivals, information on traditional crafts, etc. All levels of Jewish observance are welcome, as are all levels of experience with Waldorf education, Anthroposophy, Steiner, etc. Homeschoolers, Waldorf schoolers, Jewish Day schoolers, public schoolers, and all others are invited to join the discussion.
American School
The American School offers a distance education program combining reasonable tuition and curriculum in both print and online format. They offer a free transcript evaluation service for transcripts from high school sin the United States to ensure you and your students are on the right educational path.
Curriculum Strategies
The Queensland Association for Gifted and Talented Children Inc.
Curriculum for children with special abilities should build upon and extend their unique learning characteristics. Curriculum should be differerentiated in the following ways.
Curriculum Express
Offering discounted home school curriculum, materials, and homeschooling supplies.

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