Why Did I Pull My Children out of the Public Schools When The Public Schools are Free? Well, because Moms do Strange Things When They’re Desperate! (From the President of Candy 4WAY Phonics)
Public schools vs homeschools. Why homeschool your children? Here’s a true story explaining why one desperate mother chose to homeschool her six children.
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