I was pleased to find that the Orlando Atheism Examiner included a link to my website in her recent article titled Secular Homechoolers find Darwin on their Own, discussing the recent news (duh) about the fact that most homeschool science books bash the idea of evolution.
I had to laugh (snort, actually) when I scrolled down to read the comments and saw that the Los Angeles Atheism Examiner, Hugh Kramer, commented:
Very interesting. I didn’t realize there even was a secular homeschool market.
Come on, man. I feel like who in whoville, shouting “We are here, we are here, we are here”
Although, to be honest, we’re not shopping for curricula either. Unschooling has been working out really well for us. But still. Is he not understanding that sometimes, Atheists reject institutionalized education as well as institutionalized spirituality?
Anyway- check out the lady’s article. Examiner.com pays their writers based upon page views, so let’s show her how much we love that she linked to me and that WE ARE HERE, dammit!
And if you live in Seattle, check out my friend Lisa’s articles on Examiner, too. here are a few titles…
Seattle mom teaches Self-sufficiency at Songcroft School
Virtual homeschooling conventions
Video teaches teens how to protect their civil rights
Free admission to science museums in Seattle and Tacoma
and finally, no matter where you live, your kids can get free bowling this summer