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    Guadalupana is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default New in DFW Texas area

    Our son's autism specialist warned us several years ago that middle school could be so hard a transition that we may have to try home schooling for a few years. He was mostly fine in elementary and enjoyed school. But now he is already having such a hard time and dreads school. Because I will need to give up my weekday job to home school I am hoping to find the best and least expensive, budgest friendly, and free resources available.

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    Default Re: New in DFW Texas area

    Welcome to the forum!

    Many families work and homeschool. You might want to check out our Working Families section below, as well as our Special Needs section.

    Time4Learning is an especially friendly program for working parents, because the computer grades all of the online work and lessons are designed to be worked independently by the student. Good luck to you and your son!

    Mom of six . . . current students and homeschool graduates. Enjoying using Time4Learning since 2006!

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