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Create these cute, framed pieces of art while teaching your children geography.
The recent primary set the stage for some changes ahead for some local York County school boards.
The York chapter of the National Organization for Women will accept applications for the 2013 Mae Millstone — York NOW Scholarship through April 30, 2013.
Are you ready for the planting season, but have no land to plant on? Check out York City’s community garden on South Pershing Avenue for a plot!
York author Michael Simpson released an interactive children’s book, “B Dogg Goes to School,” which helps children with decision-making and consequences.
Being a homeschooling parent doesn’t just mean facilitating your kids’ learning. Especially for unschoolers, the advice often says to look at your own life. What are YOU learning? Are you interested – and interesting? Joan Concilio Otto talks about being a love-to-learn role model.
Martin Library in downtown York, Pa., revealed its new “Learn, Play, Grow @ Martin” play space, geared toward kids 1 to 5 years old, on Jan. 20, 2013.
A new feature on the Cram Session blog will ask parents for their opinions on various education topics.
12-year-old unschooler Sarah Otto created her own version of the 12 Days of Christmas, complete with castles, Xbox 360s and… lottery tickets?
Unschooling mom and online editor Joan Concilio Otto talks about homeschooling through the holidays – and how relaxing doesn’t mean learning nothing!