Tag: homeschool co-op

Fueled by pandemic, homeschool ‘hybrids’ gain traction with middle-class parents

Editor’s note: This article appeared Monday on The 74. Rosario Reilly didn’t set out to be an educational publisher — she just wanted to give her kids a classical education that respected their Catholic faith. In 2009, the mother of five in Manassas, Va., began assembling a homeschool curriculum eventually[Read More…]

This rural homeschool co-op found out: If you build it, they will come

WAUCHULA, Fla. – Sandra Shoffner dreamed of starting a homeschool co-op, but she never imagined the reception it would get when it finally happened. Dozens of parents attended the first open house last month. They enrolled more than 50 kids for the first semester. And so many signed up for[Read More…]