by Patricia M. Lines
Electronic sources of homeschooling information:
Parents AskERIC: An Internet-based service helping parents and parent support programs. E-mail your questions on children's growth, development, and education to email@example.com
Listservs (Internet-based discussion groups that enable participants to interact electronically):
CommNet Members discuss general homeschooling issues; run by the publishers of Home Education Magazine. Send e-mail to Hegener@aol.com and ask to be placed on the CommNet mailing list.
Homefirstname.lastname@example.org Members discuss legal issues and U.S. law regarding homeschooling. Send e-mail to home-ed-pol email@example.com. Include "home-ed-politics (first name) (last name)" in your message.
Homefirstname.lastname@example.org Members ask and answer practical homeschooling questions and share ideas. Send e-mail to home-ed-request@world .std.com. Include "subscribe home-ed" in your message.
Hmedrsch@etsuadmn.etsu.edu Members discuss research related to homeschooling. Send e-mail to hmedrsch-request @etsuadmn.etsu.edu.
Taffie Members discuss general homeschooling issues. Send e-mail to email@example.com. Include "subscribe taffie (name)" in your message.
World Wide Web sites:
Jon's Homeschooling Page. Contains bibliographies and information about paper-copy sources and allows access to several relevant resources on the Web. URL: http://www.midnightbeach. com/hs/.
National Parent Information Network (NPIN) Specializes in full-text articles on child development, care, and education. URL: http://ericps.ed.u iuc.edu/npin/index.html.
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