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Connexions: Volume 7, Number 1 - March 1982
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Deschooling Our Lives
Hern, Matt (ed.)
Deschooling Our Lives would be of interest to people wishing to learn about alternative methods of education beyond the confines of the conventional school system. The book is a collection of short p...
Web portal with sources of information about education and academia, including articles, documents, books, websites, and experts and spokespersons. The home page features a selection of recent and imp...
John Holt: Homeschooling Pioneer and Visionary Progressive
Nall, Jeffrey
The stereotype of homeschooling as the haven for conservative, religious ideologues overshadows the movement's radically progressive roots. One of the movement's foremost pioneers, John Holt, was an e...

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New Society Publishers
New Society Publishers' mission is to publish books that contribute in fundamental ways to building an ecologically sustainable and just society, and to do so with the least possible impact upon the e...

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Canadian Alliance of Home Schoolers
A home schooling support group in Southern Ontario.
The Canadian Home Schooler
Serial Publication (Periodical)
This newsletter, The Canadian Home Schooler, is a collection of letters and news information directed to those who have chosen to educate their children at home.
Home-Schooling: One Family's Experience
Serial Publication (Periodical)
The Hudspith family of Hamilton, Ontario decided to take their eleven year-old son out of school and provide for his education at home.