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A homeschooling beginners manual / by R. C. Cannon.

Cannon, R. C., (author.).
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Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial j PS 371.042 CANNON (Text) 33946003344020 Parent/Teacher - 1st Floor Checked out 12/17/2018

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  • ISBN: 9781974307845
  • ISBN: 1974307840
  • Physical Description: 58 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: [Place of publication not stated] : [Publisher not stated], [2017]

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"Home schooling will not be easy, but nothing truly worth doing is ever easy. If teaching your children what they need to become exceptional adults both academically and morally was easy then they would still be able to do that in public schools. The public school system is failing because they look at your child as a body that fills a seat which is worth a certain amount of money to the school system and as a mind to conduct social experimentation on. When our children stopped being God's most precious blessing and starting being guinea pigs for the state the time to take them back from the state has arrived. Not all public schools are terrible, but not one of them measures up to home. Not all teachers are uncaring, but none of them will ever love your child as much as you do. The material that you need is out there and this book will direct you to many online and local resources. If you believe that you cannot do it alone, but do not want to place your child at risk in the public school system we will discuss alternatives such as K12 online schooling. Will you be brave enough to be involved in the life of your child? Will you be the one to teach them to be responsible young men and women? Will you take this moment to accept the fact that a hobby, a job or even a career has no lasting value in eternity? If the truest expression of love is to mimic those who love us then should it not be only right and fitting that we spend each day teaching our children as our heavenly father does the same for each and every single one of his." -- from publisher.
Subject: Home schooling.
Home schooling > Religious aspects > Christianity.
Christian education > Home training.

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