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Take Action Now!

According to our friends at Home School Legal Defense Association, the dangerous UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRDP) has been reintroduced in the U.S. Senate.  The treaty will most likely come up for a vote on the Senate floor sometime in July after Independence Day.  Please contact both U.S. Senators and let them know you oppose this treaty and urge them to reject it.  More details about the dangers of the UNCRDP can be found at  You can call your senators via the Capitol Hill Switchboard at 202-224-3121 or visit their web pages to send a message.

What about Other Homeschool Options?

Government-funded programs for home educators are enticing. They provide free materials and educational experiences to homeschooling families. But what price do parents pay to participate in these programs?  You might want to check out the DVD in MÂCHÉ's store, Exposing a Trojan Horse, which uncovers the hidden costs of parents participating in government-funded programs for home educators.

Definition of Home Education

MÂCHÉ believes that true home education takes place when children are primarily taught and educated under the authority of their own parents in their own home. We believe parents, not government, should determine the curriculum and standards for their own children. Home education fulfills its highest calling when parents educate their own children according to Christ-centered, Biblical principles. READ MORE.

Non-traditional College

Homeschoolers are often “non-traditional,” aren’t they? Homeschoolers are known for avoiding the government schools’ “factory mentality” and carving their own way, based on what’s best for their lives.

So you probably won’t be surprised to know that I did college the non-traditional way. I have completed a BA in History – and that with never having set foot in a real college classroom. It turned out to be far less expensive than the traditional route, as well as a lot quicker. Non-traditional college options are becoming more and more easily available to college students. If you’re interested in customizing your college experience, here are some thoughts to consider.  READ MORE.