Hope for Students in West Virginia: All About the New ESA
Earlier this year, the state of West Virginia approved the use of Educational Savings Accounts (ESAs) for its residents. Sounds like big, important news, doesn’t it? Absolutely! But…what does it mean for West Virginians? First, let’s look at what ESAs are, and then we’ll delve into why it’s important for families in the Mountain State.
If someone mentions the Thanksgiving holiday (in America), what is the first thing that comes to mind? Probably turkey and mashed potatoes. Or Pilgrims and Native Americans feasting heartily at a communal table near Plymouth, Massachusetts. The thing is, most of what we grew up learning or associating with Thanksgiving didn’t really happen way back
The “Other” Pandemic: Teen Anxiety and How Homeschooling Can Help
Understatement of the century: Being a teenager is not fun. We’ve all been through it–the raging hormones and mood swings, the stress of balancing school and work responsibilities, the cliques and school “hierarchies”, the pressure to succeed in school and meet the expectations of our families, the physical changing of our bodies. And that’s when