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United States History Quest | Secular Homeschool Curriculum | K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Grade | US History Hi! I'm a former Montessori Teacher turned Homeschool Mom of two amazing kids who will be in 2nd and 5th Grade for the ...
Planning Our Next Homeschool Year | Annual Long-term Planning | Plan With Me | Raising A to Z Summer starts next week for us! I'm trying to get all my planning done before then. You don't have to do your planning now.
Why I Homeschool: Part 1 I wanted to share the journey of how we came to homeschooling with a bit more depth and insight. This is a real and honest ...
Our **NEW** Weekly Focus Board | DIY Homeschool resources for cheap! Today's video I take you along my creation of our weekly focus board that we will be using in our homeschool. Welcome to DAKK ...
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It was Thomas Jefferson who once observed, “God is just” and “His justice cannot sleep forever.”? After nearly a half-century and over 60 million deaths, the horrifying and tragic ruling of? Roe? has finally been overturned. It was bad law then – and a majority of the Supreme Court has affirmed it is bad law now. No court has the right to deprive a child of the right to live. We celebrate this milestone today and applaud the six justices who have courageously and correctly interpreted the United States Constitution.The post Jim Daly on Historic Reversal of Roe appeared first on Jim Daly.
The hashtag #ToGodbetheGlory is trending on Twitter today – and for good reason!The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe to uphold the MS abortion and return the issue of abortion to the states is the most consequential legal ruling of our lifetime.? I want to alert you to an exciting national campaign Focus on the Family is launching tonight on Tucker Carlson's Fox News television program. For the next two weeks, we'll be running advertisements celebrating both the beauty and fragility of life.The post A Victory for Life! See Our New Ad. appeared first on Jim Daly.
Library to Award Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity to Historian of LGBTQ+ Life George ChaunceyLibrarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced today that historian George Chauncey will receive the 2022 John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity. Chauncey is the DeWitt Clinton Professor of American History at Columbia University, a position he has held since 2017, and he directs the Columbia Research Institute on the Global History of Sexualities.Click here for more information.You are subscribed to Latest News from the Library of Congress.
Librarian of Congress Appoints Jennifer Meehan Director of Special CollectionsJennifer Meehan, head of the Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State University, has been named director of the Library of Congress’ Special Collections Directorate effective Aug. 1. Click here for more information.? You are subscribed to Latest News from the Library of Congress.
Visitors Invited to Explore Library Reading Rooms and Collections in JulyThe new Thursday evening series Live at the Library will offer the special opportunity for visitors to explore the Library of Congress’ reading rooms and collections in July – as well as enjoy summer movies and concerts on the lawn. Free timed-entry passes are required to enter the Thomas Jefferson Building. Visit loc.gov/visit to reserve your pass for Live at the Library.Click here for more information.?
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