Homeschool workshop Aug. 13 in Charlotte
Published 12:00 am Thursday, July 28, 2011
Home school conferencewill help beginners throughexperienced families
The Love to Learn Conference scheduled for Aug. 13 at Central Piedmont Community College will provide pertinent and accurate information for both beginning and experienced homeschoolers.
Topics of interest presented by nationally renowned and experienced speakers will include: beginning homeschooling, differing educational philosophies and learning styles, home school law, transitioning from home school to college, transcript writing, joyful parenting and more.
Among the approximately 20 guest speakers, and of special note, is Dr. Chená Flood, recently appointed director of the North Carolina Department of Non Public Education. Dr. Flood will elaborate on what she sees as the job of the DNPE, recent changes instituted by the DNPE and changes she sees on the horizon. She will be available to answer questions from the home school community.
Of the 48 available sessions this year, several will address issues and provide information surrounding transitioning from home school to college.
Detailed information can be found at http://www.LoveToLearnConference.com.
Homeschooling in North Carolina is widespread, with more than 7,000 new home schools being registered each year. The Love to Learn Conference, as the only inclusive home school conference in North Carolina, strives to bring together homeschoolers without regard to religion, sexual orientation, parenting styles, homeschool method or any other characteristics protected by law.
Conference sponsor Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc., was founded in 2007 as a nonprofit, inclusive, grass roots organization, committed to the empowerment of all registered North Carolina homeschoolers in making informed decisions regarding homeschooling in North Carolina.