A Clear Vision of Success

When we think of education, we often think solely about the details of everyday learning. But the big picture of education is to give us the tools to be successful in life. In order to give our children the best education possible, we have to have a clear vision of success.

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Homeschool Mistakes in 2008

Head over to the new JustEnough blog to see what mistakes I made in 2008.

Get Started on a Homeschool Makeover

The first step to knowing what to do today is to know where you want to go.

Read more at the new and improved Just Enough blog.

Best of Just Enough – 2008

Hop over to the NEW Just Enough blog to wax nostalgic with the best posts of 2008!

Homeschooling On the Rise, and the Media Doesn’t Care

According to Tom Campbell of Illinois, homeschooling is becoming much more popular, and in 2008, there wasn’t enough information about this in the newspapers.

Read more at the new JustEnoughBlog.

Just Enough Has Been Moved (and Updated and Improved!)

The Just Enough blog has been moved to a new URL. Please update your links, and re-subscribe to the new feed.

The new URL is:

http://www.justenoughblog.com

The new feed is:

http://www.justenoughblog.com/?feed=rss2

If you have links to this blog, they will still work. But if you can, please send people to the new blog. If you have links to articles, and you need the new URL for those articles, send me an email, or leave a comment here (or at the blog post you want the new URL for).

The new blog has a lot of fun features, and I’m still adding more. So, come on by and check it out!

Homeschooling Law Books a Bust

The Law of Homeschooling, a new book by the Education Law Association, touts to be the definitive guide for all homeschooling laws across 50 states.

Don’t be fooled. So far, nobody has been able to correctly amass the detailed nuances of each state’s laws in one place. It’s been tried before, both online and offline, with little accuracy.

Get your information from your own state resources. And ask the people who are involved in your state homeschoolng activism what they do to comply. That’s where you’ll find the real answers.