|Driver's Education at Home||Vol. 83, Prg. 1–5|
June 16–20, 2008
Is your teen aching to take on the open road? If so, it’s time to explore driver’s education programs. As this week’s driver’s ed experts will explain, state driver’s education isn’t the only option. Due to advances in legislation and curriculum, you can teach your teen to drive, protecting his safety, his future, and your pocketbook.
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As senior counsel for Home School Legal Defense Association since 1985, Chris has intervened on behalf of thousands of homeschool families across the country who have been threatened by prosecutors, social workers, and truant officers. A popular national speaker, he is the author of several books, including Home Schooling: The Right Choice, The Heart of Home Schooling, and his latest book, Home School Heroes. Chris and his wife, Tracy, educate six of their children at home in Virginia, having graduated their seventh child, who is now attending Patrick Henry College.
Wayne Tully received his Traffic Safety Certification from The National Traffic Safety Institute and National Safety Council, his Driver Education and Training Instructor and Teacher Instructor Certification from the University of New Mexico, the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Virginia Department of Education, and the Colorado Department of Revenue’s Driver License Division. He is a State of Colorado Certified Driver License Tester and a published author. Over the years, Wayne’s insights have been sought by over 150 live radio shows and national television news programs, and his writings have appeared in articles and lead stories in publications nationwide. A father of three children, Tully lives in Monument, Colorado, with his wife of 33 years.
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