As more and more Granite State families opt to home-school their children, a Hollis mom’s website sharing her own experiences home-schooling her young son continues to resonate with parents facing similar struggles. But when her oldest child, Aidan Fitzgerald, entered public kindergarten last year, things soon took a turn for the unexpected.
These scholarships don’t only go to support religious schools, but other types as well. Take New Hampshire mom Melissa Cogan, who homeschools her children Hope and Hunter. She told The Friedman Foundation, “We are a large family with very limited resources for supplies, books, workbooks, and electronic technology. The generosity of the Network for Educational Opportunity has made it possible for us to purchase everything we needed to become a successful homeschooling family.”