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    This article is about finding other secular homeschoolers in your local area. Which, if I had actually known how to do years ago, I probably never would have begun this site. But I did start the site, and within three months, I located an inclusive homeschool group in my area with several secular homeschoolers in it, and some terrifically open-minded Christian homeschoolers. Oh, irony - - my old friend.

    The truth is, though, that creating this site has allowed me to get some great input from so many of you about the process of locating other secular homeschoolers. I thought I would cull all that great advice together, plus some things I've learned on my own, into an article that will hopefully be helpful to those who are at the beginning of the process of looking for like-minded homeschoolers.

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    I realize it sounds strange to suggest that you begin to find local connections in the anonymous void of cyberspace, but you might as well save yourself some time in the beginning. Your first line of defense should ...
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    While there are plenty (and I do mean plenty) of homeschool how-to books, eBooks and manuals for faith-based homeschool parents, the choices for secular homeschoolers
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    Infographic: Homeschooling Acronyms Abbreviations There are few things more frustrating to new (or even experienced!) homeschoolers than heading to a social community or forum and landing in a sea of unknown letter combinations. Homeschoolers have certainly created their own online shorthand for the curricula, styles, and general phrases they use over and over. This infographic will help you make sense of the most common acronyms and abbreviations you may encounter on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and online communities.

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