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Homeschooling (Part Two)

Part one.

Curriculum.  Everyone has an opinion.  Everyone thinks you should know their opinion.

I don’t mind advice.  I really, really don’t.  But, here’s what…my kid had a stroke, probably before she was even born.   427 more words


Georgia Governor shows Support for CS in Schools

It’s not too often that a policy announcement about education happens on the Georgia Tech campus.  In the picture above, tech entrepreneur Chris Klaus is introducing Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (who is second from the right — the guy on the far right is our Provost Rafael Bras), in the Klaus Advanced Computing Building (same Klaus — he funded the building).   614 more words

Looking back at a week with few complaints and looking ahead to an icy Monday.

After a very good five day week to begin our school year students and teachers were all craving that weekend and the feeling of relaxing and catching up on sleep. 349 more words

Computing Education Bills go to Governor in California

Julie Flapan gave me permission to share this email to the members of ACCESS (Alliance for California Computing Education for Students and Schools) in California — thanks, Julie! 315 more words

Ok not fun beating myself up

So after learning I probably should not do it. 

I beat myself up pretty good after finding my child failed her first phonics test. Shes having a lot of problems with it. 98 more words


Welcome to my wacky adventures in homeschooling


My name is Krista Lawler. I am mom to a beautiful 5 year old named Mary Lawler! She just started homeschool (K12 Virtual Academy this year.) I wanted through this blog chronicle the craziness of homeschooling my child and the everyday! Thanks for checking this out!!


GPNHS and GSAT merge to host Career Guidance Week

As posted: Career Guidance for Grade 9 Students of GSAT and GPNHS in celebration of National Career Guidance Week.

Mr. Renato E. Tamine welcome the parents of Grade 9 students. 44 more words