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The Colors of Education Policy

Originally written in January 2020. Updated for the COVID era.  With scores of families seeking to escape the drastic social restrictions upon students at brick and mortar schools, it’s more important than ever for all parents to understand the philosophy of emerging...

The Point of Reading

I have always loved books. When I was little, my dad delighted me with Mrs. Pigglewiggle stories at bedtime. At age nine, I discovered L’Engle’s Wrinkle in Time and saw the world in a whole new light. I discovered what Mortimer Adler declared: “A good book can teach...

A Response to the Harvard Article with Alison Slatter

Since February, the IAHE team has been working with leaders from other state homeschool organizations to watch and respond to the currently postponed Harvard Summit on Homeschooling. You can read more about the event and our earlier response here. Many people have...

FREE Covid-19 Memory Book

Children have questions about what is going on in the world around them. You can create meaningful conversations and memories with our printable Memory Book for elementary students or our Time Capsule printable for older students.   Get your FREE COVID-19 Memory...

Homeschooling is Not Abuse

In February, the Indiana Association of Home Educators (IAHE) was made aware of an upcoming event to be hosted at Harvard University titled “Homeschooling Summit: Problems, Politics, and Prospects for Reform.” Our Government Affairs Team has spent the past month...