What No One Tells Black Parents About Homeschool Curriculum

Words by: Victoria Jones This is a sponsored blog post. A version of this article originally appeared on Curriculum and Culture. If you’re a Black parent reading this post, you are probably already familiar with the many ways in which the traditional school system fails Black children. I don’t need to tell you about the lack of resources and experienced teachers in majority-Black schools or educate you on the school-to-prison pipeline. You...

How One Black Family Worldschooled Their Way to Liberation

Words by: Bridgett Wright In 2014, I stepped away from my career and began transitioning my oldest child from public school to full-time homeschooling. Later that year, my husband received a job transfer to England. This launched our international worldschooling experience. Since we began homeschooling, we have lived in three countries while visiting various locations. We currently reside just outside of Tokyo, Japan with our four children....

Yes, Black Homeschool Moms Need Our Own Homeschool Groups {Guest Post}

Words by: KayCee Hendrix  When you’re a Black family at the beginning of your homeschool journey, you’re usually lost and looking for a village. This is where Facebook homeschool groups come in. It is so easy to type ‘homeschool’ in the search bar and get a list of 50-11 groups to join. When you're new to homeschooling and need all the help that you can get, what are you going to do? You're going to join the group with 30,000+ members....