Rachel & Ellie Benson spoke at our 2014 conference on how to customize your public education experience and get an associates degree while in high school. Their powerpoint slides are below the video. Description & Bio: Homemaker, Wife, Mother of 6 public schooled children. As a mother I have always believed that the primary responsibility […]

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Mary Biesinger spoke at our conference on mentoring your children in their life missions. Her presentation slides are below the video. Description: From the time I knew God wanted me to homeschool my children, I felt the weight of seeking principles that would help me individualize their education in a way that would help them […]

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Quin Denning shares his educational story from a youth, to being homeschooled, to starting his own school. Listen to his fascinating story.        

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Former state school board member Mark Cluff, spoke at our 2014 conference on the Sudbury school model. If you’re unfamiliar with this type of school, this is definitely not your traditional public school methodology. However, it does bear consideration for producing entrepreneurs at 14 times the rate that public schools do per graduate. Students learn […]

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Loy Brunson spoke at our 2014 ABE conference on the Constitution’s interpretation clause. His new booklet is being published by the Skousen Center for Constitutional Studies. This new booklet is the first publication in U.S. history to identify (and explain) Amendment IX as “The Interpretation Clause” and “The Governing Clause” of the Constitution. Bio: Loy […]

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Neil Flinders, author of Teach the Children, an Agency Approach to Education, spoke at our 2014 conference on the topic of “The Anatomy of Educational Philosophy: Roots of Factionalism in American Education.” His speech included: What agency is and why it is important. How Custodialism emerged and gained control of American education. Fundamental assumptions that […]

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Utah Senator Margaret Dayton addresses the 2014 Agency-Based Education conference on the topic of parent rights in education and the current state of those rights in Utah law. Download this episode (right click and save)      

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What if there was a way to dramatically improve parental involvement in our schools, improve financial oversight, put more money into classrooms, reduce bureaucracy, and better personalize education for children? At the 2014 Agency-Based Education conference, I tried to articulate what I believe is a reasonable roadmap toward achieving this objective. Total Transformation – A […]

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