The Carnival of Homeschooling is up at the Daily Planet. (Is it just me, or does it seem like definite articles are overdone in that sentence?)
I’m tired. The kids are still sick. Again. Some more. So I’m not reading all the entries tonight. But this article by Rational Jenn is definitely worth reading. She writes:
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This applies to all sorts of issues: charities, hobbies, business and certainly education. Just say “No, thank you” to the feds.