African Americans: Staying at home, feeling at home
The negative reactions faces by some homescholing African-Americans are different than those faced by most homeschoolers.
After studying to become a schoolteacher, Stacie Johnson was eager to teach children the three R’s.
So she never imagined that, after teaching third-graders for several years in North Carolina and Tampa, she would trade in the classroom for her family room — where the lessons continue, hugs are payment, and class size is limited to her two daughters. Read more…