Nuts and Bolts of Homeschooling Workshop (VIRTUAL)Thursday February 4, 2021
6:30 PM until 8:00 PM
This virtual workshop hosted by the Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts is wonderful if you are beginning homeschooling, have questions after having homeschool about guideline, evaluation, and more or even if you are thinking about homeschooling. Space is limited so please register to recieve the Zoom meeting information which will be sent the morning of the program.
This workshop will cover Massachusetts homeschool guidelines; the history of homeschooling in MA; writing your education plan; choosing a form of evaluation; and local homeschool policies. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
The program will be presented by Milva McDonald. Milva is the mother of four adult children, all of whom homeschooled for all or most of their childhood and teenage years. She began homeschooling in 1991, after reading an essay by John Taylor Gatto and realizing school and the PTA weren't for her. She's a co-founder of Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts, and served as a support group leader, field trip organizer, and potluck host for many joyful homeschooling years. Her books include Slow Homeschooling and Unschoolers. She blogs at www.apotlucklife.com.
to go to the Amesbury Public Library