Who Will Lead Them? Five Ways to Position Your Children to Lead in the 21st Century

Nov 10, 2016
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The world today operates nothing like it did when our educational system was created. Today’s jobs, the ones you want your children to have, don’t look anything like the factory or assembly line. Work is now flexible and done from almost anywhere. Innovation, not conformity, is valued and rewarded. The job market is starving for people who know how to think, create and disrupt.

Because you homeschool, your children will avoid the factory training and assembly line mentality perpetuated by most schools today. But avoiding this isn’t enough. Come learn about the top five things you can do to position your students to lead in the 21st century.