Our faith commands Catholic parents to stand firm in their duty as the first and primary educators of their children.
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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.
The Catholic teaching about the primacy of the parent in a child’s education stems from natural law.
While coronavirus is forcing most families to make school at home work whether they want to or not, Elizabeth Bartholet, Wasserstein public interest professor of law at Harvard University and faculty director of the law school’s Child Advocacy Program, has argued that homeschooling is “dangerous.”