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    Dayton Area Homeschoolers (DaytonAreaHomeschoolers) - All are welcome to join this free group. There are no requirements to join, and no boards or committees. We are an informal, inclusive group of homeschoolers, or those interested in learning more about homeschool, in the Dayton Ohio area. We have no religious affiliation. The main idea: to share info, go on field trips, teach or participate in co-op classes in all subjects, support each other in whatever method of homeschooling we use. The main goal is to have fun learning with our children. Members are encouraged to plan and organize whatever events interest them and invite the others to join in. This is a group-run organization. Feel free to plan a Park Day, Field Trip or Tour for the group. Help yourself to the valuable FREE resources in the Links and Files, and check the Calendar for upcoming outings. We no longer have regular monthly meetings, but continue to plan outings through this site.

    To Subscribe, visit DaytonAreaHomeschoolers.

    Dayton Area Support for Homelearners (DASH-OH) - An email list for the Dayton Area Support for Homelearners (DASH) support group.

    To Subscribe, visit DASH-OH.

    Dayton Catholic Homeschool Network (DaytonCatholicHomeschoolNetwork) - The primary purpose of the Dayton Catholic Homeschool Network is to facilitate communication about events and other items of interest to the Dayton Catholic homeschool community. In addition, we strive to link these local families to resources they need to homeschool well. It is hoped that this network will assist us to function better as the Body of Christ.

    Membership is primarily intended for Catholic Homeschool families in the greater Dayton, Ohio area. However, those with an interest in becoming Catholic, home educators, and residents of the Dayton area are welcome to join too. This forum is Catholic in tone and content.

    Members are encouraged to keep Christ, especially Christ present in the Eucharist, central in their efforts to home educate their children.

    DCHN was started in 2006 so members of several Catholic homeschool groups in the Dayton area could communicate more easily. We are a non-profit organization and a function of Emmanuel parish. Fr. Lee Sciarrotta serves as Spiritual Director.

    Our website is Dayton Catholic Homeschool Network.

    To Subscribe, visit DaytonCatholicHomeschoolNetwork.

    Eastern Latter Day Saints Homeschool (e-lds-hs) - This is for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who are homeschooling their children.

    Do you live in the Eastern region of the United States? You are invited to join our online homeschool support group. We invite all parents who want to help their children succeed in school and in life, veteran home educators looking for a fresh start, new family educators searching for help and ideas, and parents just thinking about home education to join us.

    Our goal is to support them in their endeavor as well as disseminate information. We welcome anyone not included in another group. Our states include: Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Michigan. ME MA RI DE CN NH VT OH MI MD NY NJ PA

    To Subscribe, visit Eastern Latter Day Saints Homeschool (e-lds-hs).

    Firelands HomeSchoolers (FirelandsHomeSchoolers) - For homeschoolers in Erie, Huron, and the surrounding counties in Ohio. We desire to support each other in the homeschooling journey, as well as to educate and help those who are new to the idea of, just getting started in, or beginning to think about homeschooling. We seek like-minded homeschooling families with whom to fellowship and join together in activities.

    To Subscribe, visit FirelandsHomeSchoolers.

    Geauga County Homeschool Co-op (GCHSCo-op) - This list serve is for the convenience of our members whose postings include: questions, information sharing and soliciting, classes, field trips and other subjects beneficial to the homeschool community. Topics benefit the education, hobbies and general information needs of families with children ages pre-school through college (and sometimes beyond!).

    This list serve serves long-time homeschooling families, people recently pursuing homeschooling as an option, and those considering homeschooling as a teaching option. Our members come from Geauga County and adjacent NE Ohio communities

    This is an all-inclusive group and all homeschool related postings are welcomed. This list serve is supportive to all homeschooling families, regardless of religious, nonreligious or secular preferences, political beliefs, race, national/ethnic origin, or teaching style.

    The goal is to provide a friendly, positive and open support group. We need to show respect for everyone's opinions even if they may differ from our own. The moderator reserves the right to remove postings that are not respectful to others and/or are not in keeping with the goals and philosophies of this list serve.

    To Subscribe, visit GCHSCo-op.

    Gifted Ohio Homeschoolers (GOHome) - Gifted Ohio Homeschoolers is for parents homeschooling or considering homeschooling a gifted child in Ohio. We are here to network with other parents, exchange ideas and information, share concerns and give support. We believe giftedness comes in many forms and that there is no one right way to educate. Therefore, we are very tolerant of each other's differences including world-view, religion and philosophy of education. Folks in surrounding areas are welcome too.

    To Subscribe, visit GOHome.

    Greater Cincinnati Home Schoolers (Cincinnati_Home_Schoolers) - This site is for Home Schoolers and those interested in learning in general. There does not tend to be much discussion but it is welcome if desired. You are encouraged to post information of interest to you as you homeschool/learn with your family. I post what is of interest to me as I do the same.

    There is but one rule here - you must be respectful. This list is not affiliated with any particular religion (or lack thereof) or with any particular home schooling method or group. You may, therefore, encounter people whose beliefs are at odds with your own. Please take from this list what interests you and express your disagreement/disinterest by hitting "delete".

    To Subscribe, visit Cincinnati_Home_Schoolers.

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Dumbing Us Down
The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling

by John Taylor Gatto
In this tenth-anniversary edition, Gatto updates his theories on how the U.S. educational system cranks out students the way Detroit cranks out Buicks. He contends that students are more programmed to conform to economic and social norms rather than really taught to think.

The Teenage Liberation Handbook
How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education
by Grace Llewellyn
For everyone who has ever gone to school or is interested in the current national debate over educational reforms, but it is especially relevant for teenagers and the parents or caregivers of teens.

Ohio Road Trips
52 Trips – More Than 500 Fun and Unusual Getaway Ideas in Ohio

by Neil Zurcher
Ohio Road Trips divvies the state into five sections, and then catalogs the weirdness and intrigue that just might be worth a visit. In fact, a college kid with a road-trip jones could do worse than randomly picking destinations from this guide.

Ohio Atlas & Gazetteer
The first choice of outdoors enthusiasts. Beautiful, detailed, large-format maps of every state. Perfect for home and office reference, and a must for all your vehicles.

Fun with the Family Ohio
by Khristi S. Zimmeth
Written by a parent, for parents, this opinionated, personal, and easy-to-use guide has hundreds of ideas to keep the kids entertained for an hour, a day, or a weekend! Fun with the Family™ Ohio leads the way to amusement parks, hiking trails, zoos, children’s museums, festivals, parks, and much more.

Canals of Ohio
A History and Tour Guide
by Boone Triplett
Summary of Ohio's 1,000-mile long canal system, which was started in 1825 and closed after the 1913 flood. Primarily a tour guide that describes canal structures remaining in the field with a fair amount of local history also included.

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