Don’t Burn Out! Fix Your Homeschool Schedule
We’ve all heard the old adage, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” This notion is especially relevant for parents who have created a homeschool schedule that is simply not working for them. If you’re living through this dilemma, don’t sweat it — change your schedule. You have that freedom and flexibility as […]
Media Highlights: Back-to-School with Time4Learning
As homeschooling continues to boom across the U.S., so has the media’s coverage of this flexible approach to education. Time4Learning is pleased to share some recent news pieces, including one in Spanish, that highlight parents who are taking control of their child’s learning, as well as homeschooling trends during these turbulent times. As these articles […]
Mental Health Check-Up: Tips for Students and Parents
The last year-and-a-half was full of challenges and issues that most of us have never experienced before. In addition to the health concerns brought on by COVID-19, adults and children have had to adjust to being home for prolonged periods away from family, friends, and coworkers. Homes have become our office space as well as […]
How Time4Learning Prepares Your High Schooler for College
“But what about college?” “Can homeschoolers go to college?” If you are homeschooling a high schooler, you are likely to hear these questions echoed more than a few times from well-meaning family, friends, and acquaintances. Those who are less familiar with homeschooling tend to assume that it will limit your high schooler’s higher-education options. In […]
Family Uses Time4Learning to Reverse Learning Loss
According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), only 34% of eighth graders tested at or above a proficient level in math and reading in 2019. The Blalock family experienced this statistic personally, as their son, Jack, had struggled with these subjects throughout his academic career. False Assurance While Jack’s parents were certainly aware […]
We’re Glad We Switched to Homeschooling Before the Pandemic
“Well, you picked a good time to homeschool!” I cannot count the number of times I heard that comment from friends and family over the past year and a half. In September of 2019, just prior to the pandemic, I decided to homeschool my daughter, who had been in traditional school from preschool through the […]
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