amos the churchmouse: bugtussle schooling

amos the churchmouse:a view from under the pew Editor’s note: Amos is a churchmouse, who types by hopping on the computer keyboard, but he can’t operate the capital shift, and he shuns punctuation marks – except hyphens and dashes. bugtussle schooling boss i ran across someeducational data fromsome of our bugtusslestudents that was displayed on […]

Homeschooling family presents challenge

By Anita Doberman: Cannon Connections columnist These days my routine, if I can even call it that, has drastically changed. Aside from the adjustment of adding baby number six to our midst, I am home-schooling the kids. Did I just say that? I have to re-read the last sentence to make sure it’s actually me […]

Home schooling should be parents' choice

By Anita Doberman I had never heard of home schooling before moving to the United States. In Italy, where I was born and raised, there is no such right. The state decides how, where and what children need to learn and that’s it. School programs are the same for the whole country. There isn’t a […]

Parents deserve choice

By Anita Doberman: CNJ Columnist I had never heard of home schooling before moving to the U.S. In Italy there is no such right. The state decides how, where and what children need to learn. School programs are the same for the whole country. I believe that home schooling is a great alternative for parents. […]

Preschool seen as crucial part of early education

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Bethany Sours, a kindergarten teacher at the Clovis Nazarene School, stood with her arms crossed, her eyes busily scanning a crowd of kindergarten students. “I can definitely tell which students have had pre-schooling and which have not,” Sours said last week as she treated her students to a party […]