Survey: Families Favor Homeschooling’s Flexibility
The pandemic has completely disrupted traditional school systems across the U.S., with approximately 1.5 million students leaving public school in 2020-2021, and homeschooling more than doubling since March of 2020. You too may be homeschooling because of the pandemic, or you may know families who have chosen homeschooling over other options. Current research is showing […]
How Educators Make Homeschooling Work
According to several homeschool studies, a growing number of educators are homeschooling. In a Hanover Research study, commissioned by Time4Learning, 36 percent of the 976 survey respondents said they were employed in K-12 education. Why is that? Teachers are increasingly challenged by shifting state requirements, staff shortages, and increased demands for virtual instruction, all while […]
Your Homeschool Curriculum Checklist
As more parents continue to make the transition to homeschooling, choosing the right curriculum for their child and family has become a top priority. There are so many factors to consider when shopping for the right homeschool curriculum. Is the curriculum student-paced and flexible? Is it a core academic curriculum or supplemental resource? Does it […]
Time4Learning Honors Black History Month
Time4Learning believes in the power of diversity as a way to unite our country as a whole. That’s why every February, we proudly celebrate Black History Month. It’s our way of recognizing the struggles and contributions of our nation’s African American citizens Why Was February Chosen for Black History Month? On September 9th, 1915, Carter […]
Integrating Black History Month Lesson Plans into Our Homeschool
Why do we celebrate Black History Month in our homeschool? It all started with a momentous trip to New York City that we took when my boys were both in the middle school grades of our homeschool journey. Since we live somewhat rurally, the whole of the trip was an eye-opener, but our walking tour […]
Homeschooling Has Become Safe Haven for Millions of Families
Remember back in 2020 when we all thought a shutdown of our schools and businesses would last only for a short period of time—a few weeks perhaps? Now, almost two years later, many of us are feeling as though we are going through 2020 all over again. Due to the Omicron variant, COVID-19 numbers have […]
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