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Virtuous Daughters: An Interview with Tiffany Schlichter by Jean Hall
Tiffany is a self-published, fifteen-year-old homeschooled author. Read Jean Hallís interview of Tiffany to learn how she published her first book by the time she finished eighth grade.

Whitney Stockett: Future Senate Member or Minister? by Tammy Marshall Cardwell
Ever wonder how homeschool graduates do in real life? We profile one homeschool graduate, Whitney Stockett, who has used her homeschool education, which was built around her personal passions and interests, to become a terrific example of where homeschoolerís passions can take them.Ever wonder how homeschool graduates do in real life? We profile one homeschool graduate, Whitney Stockett, who has used her homeschool education, which was built around her personal passions and interests, to become a terrific example of where homeschoolerís passions can take them.

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Home Educated and Now Adults
For nearly 20 years, critics and the curious have been asking about the homeschooled: But how will they do in the “real world” of adulthood? As a corollary, they have also asked: What about socialization? This unique study takes a look at the lives of over 7,000 adults from across the United States who were home educated during their elementary and secondary school years.

Will We, as Homeschool Graduates, Impact the World?
As I watch my homeschooling career draw to a close, I'm both fascinated and concerned by what I'm observing as the expanding Christian homeschooling movement begins to mature. When I began homeschooling twelve years ago, there were less than a million of us out there. Now, there are over two million!

After Homeschool: Fifteen Homeschoolers Out in the Real World
This personal look at the lives of 15 homeschoolers between the ages of 17 and 22 examines life after homeschool and offers insights into the effects of homeschooling as these students reenter the mainstream. Featured are interviews with young adults of varying backgrounds, along with their parents, who explain why they chose the homeschooling path, what homeschooling philosophy they followed, and what the future may hold. The result is a revealing glimpse into what this older generation of homeschoolers is like and how they may change the world in which they live.

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