hi - my friend just told me she is interested in homeschooling. I posted a thread in the Washington State board:
meanwhile she just told me excitedly that she is going to attend the Washington Homeschool Organization conference.
I wanted to know if any of you would be there so that I could try to introduce you over email and maybe you could meet. From talking to her and her son, I really think they would love unschooling in some flavour.
Plus the convention looks very non-unschooly. At least from the website. I don't want her to get scared away by the "Darwin-friendly" science curriculum.
(Note just for clarification that I put that in quotes because I personally don't think "friendliness" is relevant when we are studying science.)
But I don't want to discourage her from attending the conference either.
Do any of you have any information on the usefulness of the conference for a secular homeschooler?
Also if you are attending pls reply here or PM to let me know if I can introduce you to my friend.
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