Episode #59: A Second Generation Homeschooling Mother

Does my literature based approach seem unrealistic? Do you ever wonder if your children will be able to go to college and make a living with this type of education?


In this episode, I talk with my friend, Kathy Mitchell, about the value of a literature based approach to education.


I met Kathy when her family began homeschooling in the early days of the homeschool movement. She was a little girl then, and has gone on to experience much success in her life. She is now giving her own children the same literature-based education she received in her growing up years.


I hope your doubts and questions evaporate as you hear Kathy's experience!

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Click HERE for resources to help you start homeschooling with a literature based approach.

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