Letter from the Editor: February 2020

Dear Readers,

Happy February!

Well, it’s the second month of the new year and I’m on track with my resolutions, so that’s good. But here it is 2020 I still have so many unanswered questions!!!!

I haven’t found out who let the dogs out… what’s the scoop… where’s Waldo?… how to get to Sesame Street… why Dora doesn’t just use Google Maps…. when does a cow become beef… why do all flavors of Fruit Loops taste exactly the same… why is there a D in “fridge” but not in refrigerator… why is “abbreviated” such a long word… why is lemon juice made with artificial flavor yet dishwashing liquid is made with real lemons… why do “The Alphabet Song” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” have the same tune… why did you just try to sing those two songs… and do you really think I am this witty??? … I actually got this from a friend, who stole it from her brother’s girlfriend’s neighbor, who got it from his uncle’s cousin… LOL!

But seriously, this month’s issue contains plenty of articles that will hopefully answer any questions you have about the following: Driver’s Education and Homeschooling, 21st Century Skills, Private vs. Public Universities, How Environmental Studies are Rooted in Math, High-Protein Breakfasts, the New Hillsdale College Online Course Website, the Impact of PragerU, Social Media Predictions, and much more. We’ve posted a guide to Athletic Scholarships and a list of Must-Have Vinyl Record Albums, as well as reviews of The Housekeeper and the Professor, Dark Agenda, and the HP Chromebook. There’s an article on “Valentine’s Day Ideas That Teens and Parents Will Love,” and we’ve even been working on an e-book of important questions to ask before you get married. We also want to make you aware of a special movie that will be showing for TWO NIGHTS ONLY February 24th and 25th – it’s called Free Burma Rangers and you can read about it in this issue.

To view the complete table of contents, click here!

Thank you so much for being part of the Homeschooling Teen community. We hope that you’ve appreciated the insightful articles we’ve provided, as we’ve learned and grown right beside you. We have big plans for 2020, so we hope you’ll stick around!

Happy Homeschooling!

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