As many parents before me, I stood on the precipice, looking into the landscape called homeschooling, and was in awe of the different roads that one could travel. 1,564 more words
I like this post so much that I wanted to share it on my blog. Megan Levinson is the author. The secular curriculum section is near and dear to my heart. It takes so much of my life and time to write secular science curriculum. I do it because I could not find anything to use with my son. I might be a bit of an overachiever ;-) I am very excited about N.A.S.H. the National Alliance of Secular Homeschoolers group that is forming. They have asked me to be on their board in the capacity of the Secular Alliance Manager. My goal for this position is to make NASH a place where people who want to use secular curriculum for educating their child can come to read descriptions and reviews to learn more about secular curriculum and programs. N.A.S.H is a group that also advocates the development of high quality secular curriculum and programs for use in the homeschool community. We want to promote those companies and individuals who are doing this. I am excited to be a part of it as it gets started. I will be speaking at N.A.S.H.’s Inaugural conference on the 5th and 6th of August. I will be talking about learning science and the elements needed for creating a good science co-op on the 5th and Handcrafting an Education on the 6th. I hope to meet some of there!