“I can’t afford to homeschool.” “I don’t have what it takes.” “I’m not patient enough.” “My kids won’t be socialized.” “My kids are called to be salt & light.” “The public schools in our area are excellent.”
These are the reasons we often hear why parents choose to keep their kids in public school. But what’s really going on in the classrooms, behind closed doors, and on the playground? What are our children really being exposed to and is it happening in YOUR neighborhood?
Join Yvette Hampton, Aby Rinella, and Heidi St. John as they tackle the important topic of public schools and why we need to get our kids out NOW!
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Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution is a feature-length documentary intended to break down common misconceptions about homeschooling, encourage a flood of new families to homeschool, and equip those already homeschooling to do it well. The film follows host, Yvette Hampton, as she travels the country with her family, meeting other homeschoolers and education experts in an effort to learn the secrets of successful homeschooling and to tell the story of the millions of people who have been impacted by the homeschool revolution. As viewers follow Yvette on this journey and share in her challenges and victories, they will gather the necessary resources and encouragement to homeschool with excellence — to start strong and finish well!
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