Article Spotlight ~ Top Three Reasons to Homeschool Your Struggling Learner – By Dianne Craft
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*Does your child have to work too hard to learn?
*Do you ever wonder if “professionals” would be better at teaching your child?
*Why is home the ideal place for a struggling learner?
*What does research show?
*What do you do if your child needs therapies?
*Homeschooling struggling learners works!
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