Edited by Grace Llewellyn
Sunshine apprentices at an herb nursery and learns about architecture and astronomy from family friends. Adam was criminal minded and getting Fs when he left school at age thirteen; at fifteen, he has helped build a barn and enjoys reading Maya Angelou. At six, Maya taught herself to read; at seven, she decided to learn to row a boat....
Read these fifteen groundbreaking essays and discover:
-how African Americans fit into--and don''t fit into--the rest of the homeschooling movement
-how parents can be their children's best educational allies
-how children learn to read with little or no formal instruction
-how some single parent families homeschool
-how homeschooling continues the work of the Civil Rights movement
-and much more.