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Hawaii Homeschooling

Aloha and welcome to your best resource on the web for homeschooling in the beautiful state of Hawaii! Here you'll find information, tips, and resources about the laws regulating home educatioin in Hawaii, support groups, how to choose curriculum, things to do, and more. You probably have lots of questions as you begin this journey. We've got lots of answers!


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The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.
B.B. King   

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Product Reviews on Homeschool Blogs: How to Get Them
Jimmie Lanley
How to get bloggers interested in your products so that they will write product reviews on their homeschool blogs -- have an outstanding product first of all and give bloggers incentives. Find social media savvy homeschool bloggers on Twitter and G+ using two special hashtags.
Does Homeschooling Research Help Homeschooling
Larry & Susan Kaseman
Homeschoolers sometimes feel uncertain when faced with a request that they participate in a research study being done on homeschooling. On one hand, they are pleased with the growing interest in homeschooling, glad that the value and importance of homeschooling is finally being recognized and acknowledged. They want to do anything they can to help homeschooling. But something makes them uneasy. How will this research affect homeschooling, they wonder? What are the potential pitfalls and problems? This article discusses research that is based on gathering and manipulation of information about homeschoolers' behavior, values, personal data (age, income, educational background, etc.), history, use of curriculum, test scores, opinions, attitudes, beliefs, needs, and desires with the intent of making generalizations about homeschooling and homeschoolers. The focus is on this kind of research since it poses risks for homeschoolers.
Solving the Socialization Dilemma
All children need socialization, including homeschoolers. Interestingly, the definition of the word “socialize” is “to make social; especially, to fit or train for a social environment”. The difference for homeschooling families is in how we choose to provide training that for them.
Haleakala National Park
The Haleakala National Park on Maui preserves the outstanding volcanic landscape of the upper slopes of Haleakala on the island of Maui and protects the unique and fragile ecosystems of Kipahulu Valley, the scenic pools along Oheo Gulch, and many rare and endangered species. Haleakala, originally part of Hawaii National Park, was redesignated as a separate entity in July 1961. Haleakala National Park was designated an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980. Of its 30,183 acres, 24,719 acres are designated wilderness.
Classical Swap
This list is for the buying, selling, and swapping of various homeschool curricula which follow the classical Christian method. This can include (but is not limited to) Veritas Press, Logos School, Christine Miller, Laura Berquist, Doug Wilson, Bluedorns, David Hicks, Dorothy Sayers, and other classical and trivium approaches.

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