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2000 Additions


December


October


September

Late News: The DNC has taken down its position on homeschooling from its website as of October 5, 2000, so after this date the above link will not work. What is it that the DNC does not want you to know? Fortunately, the exact text of that page has been saved, and you can access it here from the Homeschoolers for Bush 2000 webpage, the October Why We Homeschool Site of the Month.


August


July


June


May

What’s Coming: The Online Catalog: The grammar stage Literature sections are being updated next, with the dialectic stage Literature suggestions added. Following that, the Bible and Science sections will be updated. Also look for the additions of articles for the dialectic and rhetoric stages by several guest authors this summer.


April


March


February

What’s Coming: The History and Bible sections of the Online Catalog are being updated, with the dialectic and rhetoric additions. History in the Dialectic Stage is also under construction. :-)


January


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