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Massachusetts Homeschooling

Get to know more about homeschooling laws in Massachusetts as you explore our website devoted to the needs of home educators in this state. Connect with other homeschoolers for support and socialization, learn how to incorporate different ideas and homeschooling methods into your approch to homeschooling, and read out dealing with special challenges you may face. We offer all this and much, much more!


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One of the best ways to learn anything is to teach yourself.
Giles Sutherland Rich    

Featured Articles & Links Back to Top
The Top 20 Reasons to Homeschool
Mike Woods
A slightly 'tongue in cheek' view of why someone might choose to homeschool.
Dino Digs
Make your next vacation an educational one. Plan a summer dinosaur dig, searching for fossils. Mornings are spent excavating, and the afternoons you’ll visit museum galleries and take a behind-the-scenes tour to learn the art of preparing fossils for study and display.
Why Homeschool?
Dr. Ben J. Mettes
This article was written by Drs. Ben J. Mettes, who has degrees in psychology and communications, and looks at the way in which school enforces a specific psychological mindset onto children. The article looks critically at the education system, including University, and argues that it does not prepare for future jobs. School destroys intelligence, by focusing on the left hemisphere and silencing the right hemisphere of the brain.
Catholic Learning Materials
This group's focus is towards Catholics using Montessori in their homeschooling.
McREL Content Standards
A compilation of content standards for K-12 curriculum in both searchable and browsable formats.

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