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was on the front page of the Sunday paper. Local commentary here
A few weeks ago, during a moment of temporary insanity, I agreed to appear as a guest on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's Relatively Speaking
. The topic was homeschooling, and the listener question of the day was, "Should homeschooling parents be certified to teach their children?". Listeners called in to voice their opinion and ask questions. That could have been terrifying, but it was actually quite fun.
Here's a link:http://www.mpbonline.org/podcast/RelativelySpeaking/08/RS092908.mp3
For having been out of the media loop for so long, I don't think I did half-bad (except for my persistent cough, pausing too long before answering a few questions, giving a few incomplete or wimpy answers and, oh yeah, that part where I froze while saying, "leap of f...aith." Several of my friends have gotten a big kick out of that one.). Otherwise, it was a great experience!
Let me know what you think.
(and be nice.)
Labels: homeschool regulation, interview, PEAK