Now, more than ever, the tools and resources are readily available to working parents. School can be accomplished online, offline, with ereaders, conventional textbooks, library resources, yard sale and thrift store finds, and even satellite television. The costs can range from zero to hundreds of dollars a year, and time invested on the part of the parent anywhere from half an hour to all day.
The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling answers questions such as, “How can I work and homeschool?” by showing the reader how to find what works for them. Working parents will explore issues such as:
o Time management
o Child care arrangements while working
o How to teach
Real life working parents’ solutions to each of these issues are presented in chapters on:
o Who watches the kids?
Written specifically for working parents, the author’s own experience peppers nearly every chapter of The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling. The author also draws upon several other families’ experiences to illustrate solutions to scheduling, child care, etc.
About the Author
Robyn Dolan As a single, working mother of 3 children, Robyn Dolan wanted to homeschool her children. She took the plunge and never looked back. Both working outside the home, full or part-time and working at home, Ms. Dolan has now homeschooled all of her children, two of whom have Bachelor’s Degrees.