Homeschooling on the Rise in Florida; Religious Bullying Leads to Increase in Australian Homeschooling

According to an annual report released by the Florida State Department of Education, homeschooling grew by 2.7% last year. Counties with the highest percentage of homeschoolers include Duval, Hillsborough, Orange, Palm Beach and Broward with Duval having the highest percentage at 7.6%. Nationally, homeschooling has remained steady at about 3.4%. This story was submitted by Livi Stanford (@l_stanford1221).


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Self-Directed Learning Center in South Africa; Successful Parenting Tips

Freerange Education is a community-run, self-directed learning center located in White River (South Africa) for working families in the Lowveld that homeschool their children.

Peter and Deonna Tan-Chi, founders of The Masters Academy (a homeschool program accredited by the Phillipene Department of Education) released a new book titled, Motivate! 8 Secrets of Successful Parenting.

CyberLynx homeschool and correspondence program is now accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year. Submit your application online today.

PHI Family Take DIY Approach to Homeschooling

Mendoza Homeschool

Homeschooling: DIY learning works

In the Mendoza household, learning knows no age and boundaries. When he was nine, 10-year-old Edan started exploring basic botany his way: he grew and cared for small carnivorous plants that he was curious about. Around the same time, his now 13-year-old brother, Elijah, signed up for a free online course on coding that taught him how to program, build and design websites and applications.

Learning Center in Manila to Offer Courses on Homeschooling

Center offers training on homeschooling, ‘blended learning’

MANILA — A learning center in Manila will be offering an orientation on homeschooling and blended learning. Blended Learning Center-Manila will be holding an open house and orientation on March 21, 2015. The orientation is open to parents and families who are looking at pursuing homeschooling and/or blended learning for their children from kinder to sixth grade.