Episode 37: Mama's Getting Schooled

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In this episode we’re talking to three mothers about their different educational values and choices. From a public Spanish immersion school to Charlotte Mason homeschooling to a classical style private school, you’ll hear how each family landed on their respective choices, what they love about their schools, and some of the things to consider as you wrestle with options for your own family—including how faith can play a role in that decision. We hope this episode leaves you feeling encouraged and empowered, better understanding the choices other mothers make and the beauty that comes with every option.


Show Notes

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Bronwyn Lea’s post, Mama’s Getting Schooled, and her article for Christianity Today: The Real Benefits of Spanish Immersion Elementary School. You can also connect with Bronwyn on Facebook.


Connect with Jen Dees on Instagram or listen to more on homeschooling at The At Home Podcast

Charlotte Mason’s Home Education book

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Kristi James’ blog (it’s so pretty!) http://www.kristenannjames.com and the Upside Down Podcast.

The Upside Down Podcast has a two part series on public school, private school and homeschool. Check it out here and here.