Home School Heartbeat Radio Program
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Homeschooling today can involve higher education experience before your student ever graduates! This week, homeschool graduates and one of HSLDA’s high school coordinators share the pros and cons of dual enrollment options. Learn how to make dual enrollment a positive way for your homeschooled high schooler to learn and grow!
In July of 2008, Dan moved to Purcellville, Virginia, to work as a legal assistant with the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), where he is currently working while continuing his education. He recently became engaged to be married on December 19, 2009. It is his utmost desire to stay on the narrow road and glorify God in everything that he does.
Becky, encouraged by her husband, homeschooled their three children from kindergarten until college using an eclectic assortment of teaching resources. Today all three children are busy in their respective careers. One son practices law in Washington, D.C. Another son enjoys working in New York City as a computer software developer, and the Cooke’s daughter is a pediatric nurse practicing in Virginia.
Becky now enjoys equipping and encouraging parents to successfully teach their children through the high school years and to have fun doing so. She ministers to families as she speaks at homeschool meetings and conferences. She co-authors articles on high school topics, a monthly high school email newsletter and brochures which reach homeschooling families nationwide. In addition, Becky provides personal consultation and a listening ear to HSLDA members with homeschool questions and concerns. In her “spare” time, she edits books, articles, and magazines for several authors and publishers, is active in Precepts upon Precepts Bible Study, and mentors international collegiate women studying in the Washington, D.C. area. She also sits on the board of Breakthrough Intercessors Prayer Ministry.