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    Quote Originally Posted by alexsmom View Post
    Also “a person of faith” is not a term I would ever use.... implying the rest sre “faithless people”.
    I think most secular people would call a person “religious”.
    Argh yes, so annoying! Along with the "I am a believer", like the rest of us live with an absence/lack of beliefs. You know, just drifting through life like mindless nothings.

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    For what it's worth, Ms Eva communicates once a semester that she is Jewish and posts her class schedule accordingly. She and her team of teachers have never mentioned religion during class, in class assignments or in any communications I've had with them. We've found OTA to be nothing short of outstanding.

    We are a secular family and have been homeschooling for 7 years. We've feel OTA, Ms Eva and all of the teachers to be of the highest quality - full of positive feedback on assignments, encouraging remarks when an assignment falls short and reaching out to us for curriculum ideas.

    When our girls were in elementary school I taught all subjects, but now that one is in 7th grade and the other 9th, we've found an excellent resource in OTA. We plan to continue taking classes with OTA as long as courses meet our needs.

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