PBS Religion, Ethics Newsweekly Highlights Homeschooling

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Homeschooling Family to Family Highlighted in PBS news show

On this weekend's PBS show Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, Lucky Severson examines efforts by some religious families to create a system of homeschooling. The show runs at different times on each PBS station. The local affiliate usually lists it in their schedule under Religion and Ethics. This will also be streamed on the website along with a copy of the script.

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With shots of homeschoolers ice skating, working in their biology co-op and practicing their debating skills, the show will highlight the various options homeschooling children have in today's world of computers, co-ops and businesses willing to open their doors to homeschoolers.

Interviews with Dr. Bruce Shortt and Dr. Voddie Baucham, both homeschooling dads, and Jube Dankworth, National Director of Homeschooling Family to Family, an organization whose mission is to bring one million more children into homeschooling, this week's Religion and Ethics takes a practical look at the real world of homeschooling.


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