Monthly Archives: April 2014

Expanding fields of learning

By Mark Johnson Home schooling is going beyond the walls of ranch-style homes and split level residences – at least in Smithville where a group of home-schoolers is bringing to a close a six-week session of meeting on Fridays for everything from physical education to cooking and art lessons to history and science. Elaine Kochanowicz […]

Homeschooling away from home

The state’s home education policy should give students more options, including public school By Matthew Coile April 15, 2014 Maryland home education policy needs to be updated to give it more flexibility, to the benefit of all students. Current policy requires that students take either all of their classes or none of them at public […]