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Books about Education

Issues of Faith and Morals
Archbishop George Pell
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[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1997)
Issues of Faith and Morals encourages senior secondary students to examine contemporary issues from a Catholic perspective. Designed to inspire both group discussion and individual thought, it challenges students to discover central truths.
Catholic Education: Homeward Bound: A Useful Guide to Home Schooling
Kimberley Hahn
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[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1996)
Two experienced home schooling moms present a very thorough, balanced and practical guide to both the merits of home education, as well as the important ideas, resources and curriculums to home school. Hahn and Hasson cover all aspects - statistics supporting home schooling's excellence, the nitty-gritty of lesson plans, and hundreds of ways to keep the fun in (and boredom out) of learning. Most importantly, they offer compelling advice and inspiration for parents as they undertake their child's religious, moral and intellectual formation.
Catholic Home Schooling: A Handbook for Parents
Mary Kay Clark
[Paperback] TAN Books (1993)
The Grand Matron of Catholic home schooling sets down all the reasons why to home school, successfully refutes all the reasons why not and gives 101 pointers on how to do it.
Catholic Homeschool Treasury: Nurturing Children's Love for Learning
Rachel Mackson
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[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1999)
Over twenty home-school experts and teachers contributed essays, ideas and resource information in this wonderful Catholic homeschool collection. They share their experiences and knowledge on what has made homeschooling a successful educational experience for them and their children. The goal of these contributors is to help give the best spiritual and academic formation possible to their children. The resource guides are extensive and provide the home educator with a wealth of information. The essays provide support in special circumstances, ideas to teach basic subjects, help in getting started, and guidance to keep going. Some of the many topics covered include: Socialization, A Father's View, What Is Classical Education?, Homeshool Preschool: Laying the Proper Foundation, Teaching the Faith, Latin: Getting Our Toes Wet, and more. The resource guides provide information on Catholic curriculum providers, home study schools, catholic homeschooling books, national support organizations, magazines, testing, websites, math resources, and more.

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