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Preview: How Do You Teach Kids to Respect Adults? by Mariaemma Willis and Victoria Hodson

How do you teach a child respect? This is an interesting question that we often run into. Parents, teachers, and adults, in general, complain that so many young people do not speak respectfully to their parents and teachers. If you are reading this, we pose the question to you: Are you appalled at the way [...]

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Shoes That Don’t Fit by Mariaemma Willis, M.S.

Would you force your child to wear shoes that don’t fit? Then why force an education that doesn’t fit! That is what’s happening to hundreds of thousands of school children every day. And those in private schools or homeschooling programs are not automatically better off. As long as children are forced to use a traditional textbook/workbook curriculum without any concern for their learning styles, they might as well be wearing shoes that are too tight, or so loose that they trip over them. An education that doesn’t fit is as painful, or perhaps even more painful, than ill-fitting shoes—after all, an ill-fitting education can scar a child for life.

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