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How do I begin homeschooling in Oregon? Do I have to submit test scores? How do I connect with other Oregonian homeschoolers? What is the best way to teach math to my teenager? If you are full of questions, you've come to the right place. Inside you'll find all the tools and information you need to successfully home educate in Oregon.

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The teacher must derive not only the capacity, but the desire, to observe natural phenomena. The teacher must understand and feel her position of observer: the activity must lie in the phenomenon.
Maria Montessori   

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Unschooling from an African-American Perspective
S. Courtney Walton
A look at unschooling as a philosophy of life from an African-American perspective.
Waldorf Without Walls
Waldorf Without Walls provides resources, publications, a newsletter, and consulting services for families that are educating at home using a Waldorf approach.
Choosing Teaching Materials
Leslie Schauer
Choosing teaching materials can be an overwhelming decision because there are so many excellent products available and each one claims to be superior to all others. Many veteran home schoolers suggest that you stick to a 'prepackaged" traditional curriculum for the first year or so. Others encourage new home schoolers to consider correspondence schools. Here are some suggestions concerning choosing curricula.
Wildlife Safari
Wildlife Safari, the only drive-thru wild animal park in the Pacific Northwest, is located in Winston. Exotic animals roam freely over 600 acres of grasslands and wooded areas, much as they would in their native habitat, while you the visitor are on safari in your own car. Animals include lions, giraffes, rhinos, and many more.
Buying Used Curriculum
Barb Shelton
A look at some of the reason not to buy used curriculum. What and where you purchase your curriculum (and any other homeschool-related books) will have a much greater impact on the homeschool market than it would in any other only because of how small this market is.

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