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Homeschooling on the Rise Nationally

Sheridan, Wyoming mom Sierra Mullinax traveled through the rolling hills of eastern Missouri recently, watching for Amish buggies to appear as she talked about her decision to change her children’s education. She and her kids were traveling on a 10-day, 12-state summer field trip.

“We’re trying to hit some of the sites we have studied this semester. My parents were both schoolteachers, and we spent a lot of time traveling in the summer. I just remembered that when I was in public school, when you actually got to see what you studied throughout the year, you learned so much more.”

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Amy Edmonds spoke to Chuck Gray about the dangers of shutting Wyoming parents out of the Science Standards debate and why not being afraid to hear conflict in our halls of government is the sign of a free and healthy society

Amy Edmonds spoke to Chuck Gray about the dangers of shutting Wyoming parents out of the Science Standards debate and why not being afraid to hear conflict in our halls of government is the sign of a free and healthy society. June 11, 2015

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Amy Edmonds and John Birbari from KVOW-AM 1450/KTAK-FM 93.9 discuss the Next Generation Science Standards review process and the source of the standards controversy

If some states have much higher science standards, why would Wyoming drop to the level of the NGSS? June 8, 2015

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The Boogeyman in Public Education

Last week I wrote about free speech in public education and how one community in Wyoming (Cody) is up in arms, neighbor fighting neighbor, over the eminent purchase of a K-8 reading curriculum.

What in the world could get folks so worked up that they would start calling one another racists and bigots? What is in this curriculum?

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The Curious Case of Free Speech in Education

In what can only be seen as a very strange case in Cody, WY, a small group of parents and public school teachers have sent out a letter to the local elected school board demanding their fellow citizens be denied the right to participate in a proposed public hearing.

The entire episode centers on a decision soon to be made by the school board to purchase a number of reading curriculums for grades K-7 at a cost of around $200,000 to the district taxpayers.

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The Curious Case of Free Speech in Education - Video

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Amy Edmonds spoke with Chuck Gray on KVOC about the Curious Case of Free Speech in Education

Amy Edmonds spoke with Chuck Gray on KVOC about the Curious Case of Free Speech in Education. May 7, 2015

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