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    Default TedXTalk "Hackschooling" by a 13 year old boy

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    Ooo, it made me cry watching this. Thank you so much for sharing!
    Paula

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    Loved it! I have a long haired 7yr old boy and he looks like his twin!

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    Wow! wow, wow, wow, wow, wow.

    His mom must be so proud. What a cool kid.

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    Fabulous! Thank you for sharing this, Teri. I'm definitely passing it on.
    Wendy
    Mumsy to Gavin (13-year-old artsy boy) and Rowan (3-year-old disco queen)

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    Wow. I'm super impressed. Wow. Thanks for sharing!
    Working mom homeschooling DD (10) who is working on a 4th-6th grade level and keeps me hopping! SimpleMoney is my new venture. www.simplemoneypro.com

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    Very good speaker.
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    I'm so inspired myself by this guy! *WOW* Just so impressed by him. I definitely don't think I would have had so much poise and confidence (and wit!) if I got up on stage like that. I can't even watch this whole thing atm, but I'm going to make hubby watch it tonight with me when we're settling in for sleep.

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    That was amazing! Love Ted programs and this one is exactly the sort of thing to make my husband and I confident in what we're doing. His mama must have been just bursting with pride!

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