Qualified to Homeschool – MBFLP 266

“What makes you think you’re qualified to homeschool?”

That’s one of the frequently asked questions, isn’t it? And if nobody in your family, church, or neighborhood asks — you’ll probably ask yourself. Don’t you have to have a teacher’s certificate to really be a teacher? Shouldn’t you go to college and get an education degree first? Or is the credential less important for a homeschool than a classroom?

This episode, we’re taking a listener’s question and talking about homeschooling with confidence – without specialized training or professional certification. We did it, and you can too!

 

Do you have a question or a suggestion to share?

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Comments

  1. austin mielke says

    Thank you so much for addressing my question on the show. It seems there is an issue with the audio file though as the show starts repeating over itself starting at about four minutes in. It makes it very tricky to listen to and seems to last through the entire show. Could you please look into the problem and see if it can be mended?

    • Hal and Melanie Young says

      Whoops. You’re right – I just corrected it. Thank you for your question, and thanks for the tip about the audio quality! – Hal

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