Category Archives: Homeschool Graduates

Harvard Graduate Responds to Proposed Ban on Homeschooling

A few weeks ago, I wrote about an anti-homeschooling summit that was being held at Harvard Law School. Well, over the weekend, I got several emails and Facebook contacts that contained an article written about one of the summit’s organizers, … Continue reading

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Bethel McGrew, Homeschool Graduate and Mathematics Ph.D. Student

The universe is inherently mathematical. Many scientists have come to this realization, but one of the first was Galileo Galilei. In his book, The Assayer, he wrote: [The universe] cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehend the language … Continue reading

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Dr. Winston Ewert, Homeschool Graduate and Software Engineer

Back in July of last year, I wrote about what might be one of the most important genetic studies of the decade. It treated an organism’s genome like a large computer program that was put together using specific groups of … Continue reading

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Robert Rowlett, Homeschool Graduate and Deputy Attorney General

I recently wrote about Hayley Bower, a homeschool graduate who earned a degree in Engineering Physics. When I interviewed her for that article, I also interviewed her boyfriend, Robert Rowlett. He is just as impressive as Hayley, but in a … Continue reading

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Hayley Bower, Homeschool Graduate and Engineer

I have been interviewing homeschool graduates to learn what they are doing these days, how homeschooling helped or harmed them in their post-high-school endeavors, and what advice they might give to homeschooling parents and students. As part of that project, … Continue reading

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Tori Miller, Homeschool Graduate and Elementary Education Major

As I mentioned in a previous post, I first learned about home education when I found out that my top students at Ball State University were graduates of homeschooling. After taking a long hiatus from academic life to write textbooks … Continue reading

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A New Category

I really enjoyed preparing for and writing my previous post about homeschool graduate Dr. Nathan T. Brewer. If the statistics are correct, it was one of my most-read posts this year. As a result, I decided I would try to … Continue reading

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Dr. Nathan T. Brewer: Homeschool Graduate and Nuclear Physicist

When I was on the faculty at Ball State University (in the early 1990s), I started encountering a unique group of students: homeschool graduates. I knew nothing about homeschooling, but I was impressed by what I saw. Not only were … Continue reading

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Why I Am Glad That I Homeschooled

My little girl turns 40 this month. I am not sure how to take that. In my mind, she is still that 16-year-old girl who loved Dan Marino, computer games, and ice cream cake. Where in the world did the … Continue reading

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What a Way to Bring in the New Year!

I wasn’t planning on writing a post today, but as I was going through my email, I saw a wonderful message from a homeschool graduated who used my curriculum, and I just had to post about it. I am keeping … Continue reading

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