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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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I am entirely certain that twenty years from now we will look back at education as it is practiced in most schools today and wonder that we could have tolerated anything so primitive.
John W. Gardner   

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Math Essentials
This math program provides a math instruction system that gives students the best math preparation possible. There are workbooks and free online video lessons.
What Is It With Homeschoolers & Money?
Diane Flynn Keith
There seems to be a collective thought about money - that homeschoolers don't have any. Not only that, but because there is a belief that homeschoolers don't have any money, there seems to be an underlying assumption that resources, information, and services should be provided dirt cheap, if not for free. Why? What is it with homeschoolers and money?
Organizing a Book Club
Book clubs all of a sudden have become hot stuff--which makes perfect sense, since the joys of reading a great (or even not-so-great) book is the opportunity to hash it over with interested friends afterwards. Book clubs vary widely in character and activity, depending on the goals, ages, and reading choices of the participants. If the range of available choices doesn't suit you (mother/daughter clubs, for example, don't do much for our three-boy household), the obvious solution is to start one of your own.
How I Teach a Large Family in a Relaxed, Classical Way: History
A look at teaching history across several grades using the classical method of education and a rotation of history every four years.
Field Trip Guidelines for Homeschool Groups
This letter can be used to establish an understanding about homeschool groups when you organize a field trip.

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