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From: Brandy (
Subject:         Re: Becoming a Home School Tutor
Date: May 21, 2012 at 9:50 pm PST

In Reply to: Becoming a Home School Tutor posted by DM on April 10, 2012 at 5:02 am:

First, check out what's in your area. Consider, if you're going to start your own thing, what the market can bear, as far as pricing goes, and what you're offering. Preschool classes do not sell because, we're homeschoolers after all! I have had friends who successfully opened their own "Montessori inspired" pre-schools in the day time, and homeschooled in the afternoon with their own kids. It can be tiring! Check out HEAV's support page for groups in your area. Some areas have secular co-ops that might love you to join. Realize not all secular co-ops openly shine that light on themselves. Some good buzz words to look for are "inclusive", sometimes "classical", but without overt messages of religious endorsements. Mostly, who ever isn't wearing the title- Christian!- on their sleeve is likely to pretty close or *is* a secular group.
Good luck,

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