Are you trying to find a way to homeschool your children? Then listen up and visit our show notes page to connect with today’s podcast guest, Chanita Williams, a 13 year homeschool veteran. We will give you a taste for what homeschooling entails.
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Grown Folks Section: Meet Chanita Williams Who Spoke about finding a way to homeschool
Chanita Williams is the owner and CEO of SHE Training and Consulting (STC) where she provides educational support services for students K-12. Additionally, providing training and workshops for parents who are finding a way to homeschool. Chanita has homeschooled her kids from birth to 9th grade.
In this episode’s discussion, Chanita offered encouragement and resources about things she learned as a 13-year homeschooling parent.
- Different ways parents can work and also homeschool
- How to choose the right curriculum
- Ways parents can present their portfolio with ease
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