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Posts Tagged ‘children’

Summer 2015: A Dad’s Perspective on Homeschooling
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Summer 2015: A Dad’s Perspective on Homeschooling
20
May

A few women have shared with me their desire to homeschool and the disappointment they feel because their husbands are opposed to it. They then want my advice on how to handle their spouse’s opposition. My initial reaction is to encourage them with how my husband, Chris, was very much opposed to homeschooling at first, […]

Summer 2015: Families & Fatherhood
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Summer 2015: Families & Fatherhood
20
May

Prior to the industrial revolution, fathers often worked side by side with their sons and instructed their children in spiritual values. Soon, fathers left their farms and headed to the factories. Fourteen- to 16-hour workdays set the stage for the absentee father. Eventually, fathers came to be regarded as merely breadwinners who fulfilled their paternal […]

Care to Learn
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Care to Learn
12
May

Whom does your organization serve? Morey Mechlin: Care to Learn serves under-resourced public school students in grades K – 12 in the following school districts: Bolivar; Clever; Fordland; Hurley; Logan-Rogersville; Nixa; Ozark; Republic; Sparta; Springfield; Union Star; Willard and OTC. While most students are on free and/or reduced lunch, that isn’t a requirement. What services […]