Home School Heartbeat Radio Program
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Military homeschooling families can face extra challenges in their educational journey, but homeschooling can also offer you the flexibility to thrive through moves, deployments, and the demands of military life. This week on Home School Heartbeat, three veteran homeschooling military parents offer insights into how they’ve made homeschooling work in their families.
“If I know about a relocation six months in advance, then I plan our school breaks around our moves.”—Crystal Rants
Listen to the complete program with Mike Smith, Paul Douglas, Crystal Rants, and Catherine Barber.
Major Paul Douglas
In addition to homeschooling their four children, Crystal directs a Challenge II class for Classical Conversations, works as a support manager (also for Classical Conversations), and is currently learning the ins and outs of sending her oldest two off to college. She collects pottery, because it is heavy and easily breakable. Their family may be moving again, but their oldest has refused to budge another inch!