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    Free Conference

    We are offering free conference sessions today, tomorrow, and Saturday (Thursday, March 26-Saturday, March 28).

    My sessions:

    March 26 @ 5:30 p.m. EDT
    Classical Christian Education: Beautifully Defined
    Cheryl Swope

    For all of its popularity, there must be more than stages, rote memory, and the ancients, right? Have you ever heard what is at the heart of a classical education? Hear simple explanations to unpack key words that will delight the newcomer, challenge the skeptic, and remind those in classical education why you began doing this in the first place.

    March 27 @ 11:30 a.m. EDT
    10 Reasons Your Homeschool May be the Best Place for a Child With Special Needs
    Cheryl Swope

    Homeschooling offers key advantages to struggling students and children with special needs. Discover why your home school may be the best possible choice for your child. Learn how to make your homeschool even stronger.

    March 28 @ 8:30 a.m. EDT
    Classical Education for Special Needs & Struggling Learners
    Cheryl Swope

    We often think of classical education for highly verbal children, but what about children with dyslexia, autism, adhd, or intellectual disability? Does a classical education have anything to offer such children? Hear answers from a mother with a master’s degree in special education, who homeschooled her adopted twins (autism, specific learning disabilities, and mental illness) “K-12” with a classical education.

    March 28 @ 4:00 p.m. EDT
    What Good Are Labels? Unraveling the Puzzle of Your Struggling Child
    Cheryl Swope

    Learn how to unravel the mystery of your child’s difficulties. Hear why an accurate, thorough diagnosis and treatment plan can change everything for your child. Time for Q&A will be provided.

    Note these times are Eastern. Register or view more speakers and sessions here. Live only. Join us if you can!