Newsletter Launch and August Giveaway

Guerrilla LearningThese are exciting times around here! I’m happy to announce that we’ll be launching the “Teach Your Own” newsletter next month, and the inaugural edition will be in your mailboxes on Monday, August 3rd. Keep an eye out for it!

In celebration of the launch, we’ll be giving away a free copy of Grace Llewellyn’s “Guerrilla Learning” to a lucky newsletter subscriber. If you’re already signed up, great! If not, make sure to do so by July 31st to make sure you’re entered in the drawing.

What else can you expect in this first newsletter? Some great information, including:

1. Interesting Insights. What are the biggest questions and concerns homeschoolers have regarding college admissions? We’ve been asking for the past few months, and we’ve heard from families all over the country with thoughtful, interesting responses and we’ll share them with you.

2. Valuable Advice. Admissions officers and counselors from around the country recently shared the best advice they have for homeschoolers applying to college. Can you guess what their top tip was?

3. Helpful Links: Great resources you’ll want to check out if you’re homeschooling a teenager (or will be in the future!)

We look forward to sharing all of this (and more!) with you. Make sure you’re signed up (in the upper right-hand corner of this page), and then let us know what you think!

 

About Lori Dunlap

Lori Dunlap worked for almost twenty years in the corporate world, first as a management consultant to Fortune 500 companies, and then at a large research university as a program director and adjunct faculty member. In addition to homeschooling her two sons, she writes regularly about education and parenting issues. You can read her blog at www.teachyourown.org, or connect with her on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TeachYourOwn

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