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Nebraska Homeschooling

Homeschooling parents in Nebraska enjoy a favorable legal environment to pursue the home education of their children, as state requirements have been kept minimal. We provide information, support, knowledge, and tools to help Nebraska parents successfully educate their children at home. Come on in and you'll find a wealth of information on everything from different methods of homeschooling to local support groups, and much, much more!


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You ain't gonna send him to school? There's nothing he's gonna learn there but how to get along with other kids under completely weird conditions.... Had my way, no kid would learn an abstract word till they was ten years old. Wouldn't get their minds so gummed up.
Smiling Jack in Stone Junction by Jim Dodge   

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Kolbe Academy Home School
Kolbe Academy Home School is an orthodox Catholic and classical home school program for grades K-12. Offers a classical academic program, syllabi and week-by-week course plans, assessment services, books, and more.
Commentary: A Day in the Life of a Homeschool High School Student
"What do you do all day?" "Do you get to sleep in every day?" "Do you ever see anybody besides your family?" "Do you do your schoolwork in your pajamas?" "Do you even do schoolwork when you don't feel like it?" These are some of the questions I have been asked several times. So, to answer some of these, and others, I kept a journal of one day for me and my five siblings, which will hopefully give readers a better idea of what it is like to be a homeschooling high school student.
U.S. Department of Education Longitudinal Study of 2002: Homeschool Student Questionnaire
U.S. Department of Education
This is a survey sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, with a stated goal of being used by educators and by federal and state policy makers to address important issues facing the nation's schools: educational standards, high school course-taking patterns, dropping out of school, the education of the disadvantaged, the needs of language minority students, and the features of effective schools. We are including this link as an item of interest, to demonstrate what directions institutional survey writers are taking in their approach to homeschooling. In our opinion, it is a completely inadequate attempt to measure homeschooling demographics or success, focusing heavily on cultural notions of "socialization" and structured educational models. It is also invasive in terms of the amount of personal information required.
Key to...Workbooks
Give your students the keys to math-skill mastery! These self-paced, self-guided workbooks—covering topics from fractions and decimals to algebra and geometry—motivate students and build their confidence with bite-size, easy-to-follow lessons. With Key to…® workbooks, you can customize curriculum for individual learners. Included in the series are: Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Measurement, Metric Measurement, Algebra, and Geometry.
Looking for the “S” Word: Socialization for the Homeschool Student
Veteran homeschoolers know that socialization is really not something to worry about in the homeschool, even for those who are moms to only children. The truth is children receive social instruction in the very environment where it is needed - society. As parents we are best equipped to direct the "socialization" of our children because we have their best interest at heart. Here are ten ways to find socialization opportunities for your homeschool student.

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