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Learning to read…

Posted by Annie on Sep 9, 2016 in Education

Kindergarten – which means “garden for children” in German – is not kindergarten anymore. It’s yesterday’s first grade, or even second. Kindergarten’s academic standards are dramatically more rigorous than even a decade ago (“find textual evidence”; “read texts with purpose and understanding”; “distinguish between similarly spelled words by identifying the sounds of the letters that […]

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NCGOP Internship Available

Posted by Annie on Jul 14, 2014 in college, high school, North Carolina

Here is a great opportunity for some homeschooled youth. The North Carolina Republican Party is looking for students who would like to participate in an unpaid internship. I am looking to provide some local homeschoolers with an internship in the political arena. I have attached our internship sign-up/info sheet, and the Boots on the Ground […]

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Is Your Teen Graduating with an ‘A’ …

Posted by Annie on May 10, 2013 in college, Education

Is Your Teen Graduating with an ‘A’  in Personal Money Management? 3 Important Lessons They Don’t Teach  in High School or College More high school students than ever will be collecting diplomas in the coming weeks, an increase attributed in part to new career-oriented schools that help students appreciate the link between learning and earning. […]

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