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New York Homeschooling

Unstanding the laws regulating home education in New York can be a challenge. We help unravel those laws, and provide the support, information, and ideas that parents homeschooling in New York need to successfully homeschool their children. Look inside for information on homeschooling methods, online resources, local support groups, events in the state, and much, much more.


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The education of a man is never completed until he dies.
Robert E. Lee    

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Ellis Island National Monument
Ellis Island was incorporated as part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument on May 11, 1965. Between 1892 and 1954, approximately 12 million steerage and third class steamship passengers who entered the United States through the port of New York were legally and medically inspected at Ellis Island. Reopened on September 10, 1990 after a massive restoration, the Main Building on Ellis Island is now a museum dedicated to the history of immigration and the important role this island claimed during the mass migration of humanity in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Prospect Park Zoo
At the Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn, naturalistic habitat exhibits feature many different animal species. Three major exhibit areas were designed to engage children: The World of Animals, Animal Lifestyles, and Animals in Our Lives. In the World of Animals, youngsters can meet prairie dogs nose-to-nose, and walk among wallabies. The Animal Lifestyles building's centerpiece is a spectacular habitat for hamadryas baboons. Animals in Our Lives exhibits encourage children to observe and draw wildlife; outside, visitors can interact with friendly, touchable species in an inviting barnyard.
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Charlotte Mason email list designed to discuss Charlotte Mason's ideas on education.
Primer on Individual Lobbying
This is a list of tips for effective lobbying. Includes ways to lobby, things you can do now, and how to connect with other lobbyists.
Putting Together an Eclectic Curriculum
Cafi Cohen
The best way to accomplish an eclectic style of learning is to work together with your children to find topics that interest them and lead to further learning. Author Cafi Cohen discusses how learning from mistakes along the way, and trusting that they were the best judges of what was right for their family, allowed them to develop a learning style that was both eclectic and effective.

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