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Home School Burnout: What It Is. What Causes It. and How to Overcome It

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Although the home school movement in America is, by no means, a contemporary craze--Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt were all home schooled--there has been, in the past 10 years, a marked surge of the number of practicing home schooling families across North America. Tragically, however, what was intended to be the flexible, child-centered approach ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published November 1st 1988 by Wolgemuth & Hyatt Pub
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Regina
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When I read this book in 2006, I found it outdated for my purposes. However, it is valuable for chronicling the beginnings of the homeschool movement, and thus for instilling gratitude to those pioneers who paved the way for us in the 70's.

The book also advocated the delay of formal education. If I had read that advice before my children were well underway in their educations, I may have heeded it. It would have been particularly advantageous for my son, but, I was informed too late in that reg
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Jeannie
I am not burned out. I was just curious after hearing about Better Late Than Early.
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Dr. Raymond S. Moore, author of Better Late than Early, the book that launched the modern homeschooling movement in the United States, passed away on July 13, 2007, at the age of 91.
Moore’s book grew out of an article first published in Harper’s in 1972, at the time when California was considering a law to make school compulsory for children as young as 2 years, 9 months. The article was republis
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