Results from Tag: 'homeschooling'
A jury in Minnesota has found former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of all charges. How has the nation reacted? Register senior editor Joan Frawley Desmond offers some analysis on this news. Then we turn to Joan’s coverage of Catholic schools as they evaluate the last year and look ahead to the future. And then, we hear from Register European Correspondent Solène Tadié about the homeschool ban in France, and get updates on the rebuilding of Notre Dame Cathedral and the controversial building of the largest mosque in Europe. But she also brings us information on an abbey of French nuns who are providing Gregorian Chant for the world through a one-of-a-kind app.
Why Homeschooling and Catholic Schools? Because Children Belong to God and Their Families — Not to the Government
Home education in the United States and globally is one expression (solidly Catholic schools are another) of the fundamental truth that children do not belong to the state.
Our faith commands Catholic parents to stand firm in their duty as the first and primary educators of their children.
We’ve survived the first five days — and I’m more grateful than ever for the guidance of homeschoolers who have been doing this for years.
Here are just a few among the many available options for families considering homeschooling.
I’m one of the many mothers who is reluctantly, for the first time ever, putting a toe in the waters of home schooling this fall.
To you parents who have just started homeschooling in this environment: Don’t be too hard on yourself. Homeschooling is not usually this difficult.
Even in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the culture wars in the country continue. The late, great Phyllis Schlafly is being portrayed as an enemy of women and social progess in a new series on Hulu. And even as parents are homeschooling their children, Harvard University is calling for and to all teaching at home. This week on Register Radio we look at the latest controversies with Register correspondent Lauretta Brown and Register editor Alyssa Murphy.