Homeschooling Resources for Parents in Nevada

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We welcome you to Great Home School Conventions the place for everything about homeschooling in Nevada. Not too long ago homeschooling was not only the preferred method of education but in some cases the only one. Homeschooling is something that has been often criticize but the extreme left as it has been documented that the best way to raise the hippie is to send him or her to public school. Nevertheless, before you make up your mind be aware that a great number of top-rated business people have been homeschooled. For example, the jury note that while Olympic ice skater Michelle Kwan attended public school until she was in eighth grade, she decided home schooling was a better option for her budding career.

As of late the debate about the best forum for kits to get a quality education continues to get more intense. Politicians insists that the best choice is in private schools. With that said home schooling, while still edging, is gaining popularity, and many reports have shown that children that are home-schooled do better on things like SAT tests than the majority ofpublic school students. If properly structured homeschooling could be the best choice for your kids. At Great Home School Conventions you’re going to find some of the best programs necessary to get started with homeschooling on the right foot.

Great HomeSchool Conventions the place for everything about homeschooling in Nevada!

Although there are apparent reasons why a homeschool program might not appeal to everyone. However, there are cases where the practice has been effective in creating successful, well educated and inquisitive adults. Even with the negative media coverage it is imperative to highlight that as per an Institute of Education Statistics report in the 2016-2017 calendar year over 1.6 million chose homeschooling over charter schools. After all is said and done it is important to point out note that homeschooling is not about Democrats vs. Christians or charter schools vs. school vouchers but rather about the best indication options for the next generation. At Great Home School Conventions we know this and this why we are laser focus on making sure that the families that choose to homeschool their kids have the right tools to make their homeschooling transition a success. In recent times several parents searching for Homeschooling in Sanborn, CA or Homeschooling in Val Verde, CA consistently rate Great HomeSchool Conventions as the the place to go to for everything about homeschooling in Nevada! We would like to provide you with the right curriculum to allow you to succeed an improved deification quality of your kids. For the majority of the parents who visit our website are primarily interested in attending our homeschooling conventions which are now national events. For others it is all about getting more information. If this sounds like you we urge you to visit our blog.

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Meet Dr. Inge Auerbacher

“I remember as a little girl waiting impatiently for my birthday to arrive. My childhood birthdays were always very happy and special. That is, until my eighth birthday. I was seven years old in 1942 when I was sent with my parents to a concentration camp in Czechoslovakia. My next three birthdays marked the years of a nightmare.”*

Every now and then, we come across a rare find. This year, our rare find is Holocaust survivor Dr. Inge Auerbacher, who will be speaking at our Southeast and Midwest events. It is worth the trip to give your children and teens the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear “living” history.

About Dr. Inge Auerbacher

Dr. Auerbacher will be sharing her compelling story of her three childhood years spent in the Terezin concentration camp in Czechoslovakia. Her vivid memory recounts the story of her as a seven year old who witnessed life’s darkest, most horrific moments. Through dreadful diseases and mass starvation, Dr. Auerbacher amazingly maintains a wonderful, loving persona which instantly draws you into her friendship and vast “adopted” family.

Not letting her torment from childhood hold her back, Dr. Auerbacher has gone on “to being a chemist, world traveler, travel writer, and avid photographer. Inge is also a writer. More than fifty of her poems and numerous articles have been published.” (Auerbacher, 2006, p. 87, inside back cover)

While not wanting to tell you her whole story—since Dr. Auerbacher is the very best at that—we can encourage you to come to hear her present it herself. In 1981, she began traveling and lecturing about the events in her life in an effort to educate people about the Holocaust so history does not repeat itself and to convey her main message of “We shall never forget.”

She visited with us as our Texas and California events in 2015. Seats were filled with hundreds of homeschooling families who sat in complete silence, listening to Dr. Auerbacher’s account of her childhood story. She loves to interact with children and encourages them at the end of her lecture to ask her questions. At the events last year, children lined up eagerly asking her questions as many were curious about her childhood and wanted to know more even after her lecture was over. Dr. Auerbacher has great rapport with children and loves to answer all their questions, while being sensitive to the fact that they are indeed children.

Common Questions

Many children asked her questions about what she had to eat while in the concentration camp. In her book, I Am A Star, she describes how they stood in long lines waiting for “coffee, a muddy-looking liquid, which always had a horrible taste. Lunch was a watery soup, a potato, and a small portion of turnips or so-called meat sauce; and dinner was soup. By the time the people reached the barrels from which the food was ladled out, they were so hungry and exhausted that they immediately gulped their portion down.”

Some children ask about her birthdays. In I Am Star, she gives account of her eighth, ninth, and tenth birthday gifts while in Terezin: “Birthdays presented a special challenge. One year, I received a potato cake the size of my palm, prepared from a mashed boiled potato with just a hint of sugar in it. Another year Marlene, my doll, was given a new outfit sewn from rags. On my tenth birthday my gift was a poem my mother had written especially for me.” Children walk back to their seats with looks of disbelief and hopefully a greater appreciation for what they have in their own lives.

It is truly a great learning experience to hear all that Dr. Auerbacher has overcome during her younger years. Her story is so compelling that “The Star on My Heart” theatrical play was written by Angela Milora-Hansen to depict Dr. Auerbacher’s life. After attending the play, Ohio Senator Kenny Yuko summed up Dr. Auerbacher’s life: “The Nazis tried to destroy Inge’s life, but they could not break her spirit.” (Facebook post by Senator Kenny Yuko, November 20, 2015).

We encourage you to come hear Dr. Auerbacher and meet her in person in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Come hear Dr. Inge Auerbacher:

*Auerbacher, Inge. I Am A Star. United States: Puffin Books, 1993, 2006.

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