Abrome

The question is an interesting one, because it doesn’t ask who we are supposed to be comparing homeschool students to. I will assume that you are comparing homeschoolers to traditional, public schooled students. I will also assume that by “top universities” you…

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This morning I received a call from a parent whose teenage son attends a nearby traditional private school that is not working for him, and she wanted to know if Abrome could work for her family. She had two primary concerns: (1)…

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This summer, the United States Military Academy at West Point released an “open letter to high-achieving high school students.” No doubt West Point released it in the hopes that it would go viral and increase the number of candidates who end up…

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We previously pointed out that the first step to ending school bullying was to end age segregation.[1] The second step is to eliminate competition and grades. The most overt (and odious) function of schooling is a sorting function. Edward Thorndike, the father…

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