Homeschool Blogs & Vlogs

A Comprehensive Resource Guide For Black Homeschooling Families | The MOM Trotter

According to PBS.org, in the last 15 years, the number of black homeschool children has doubled from 103,000 to about 220,000. Off the 1.7 million homeschooled students, black children account for 8 percent; and this is based on statistics from the U.S. Department of Education. Read more @ www.themomtrotter.com/resource-guide-for-black-homeschooling-families

Homeschool Blogs are some of the best places to learn about homeschooling and resources.  Here are a few written by homeschooloers of color:

Chocolate Covered Boy Joy is about raising and educating Black boys.

Good Tree Montessori is about a Muslim family's homeschool adventures.

Working Homeschool is about balancing homeschooling with work outside the home.

Black Homeschool Mom is filled with culturally affirming resources.

Brown Mamas is a wonderful resource for homeschool moms in the Pittsburg Area.

Homeschool Vlogs are companions to blogs and some are stand alone.  YouTube has made anything possible, and a place where we can SEE homeschoolers of color in action.  Here is a list of vlogs by homeschoolers of color:

Faith and Love

Mahogony Homeschooler

My Busy Bees

Half Mom & Half Amazing

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