More students avoid public schools as families choose to teach at home

Shelly Pond expects her children at the breakfast table at 8 a.m. for Berry Burst Cheerios and a Bible lesson, followed by servings of geography, language arts and multiplication.

The Ponds’ wooden dining room table doubles as a desk for research, an art table for collages and a workbench where science experiments sometimes go wrong. Read more…

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