have been made since 1996 when the HUUH (Homeschooling Unitarian Universalists,
Humanists and those on other roads less travelled) organization started.
HUUH no longer exists, though there are still several resources available
that were an off-shoot of that group. Here are the links to some of these
(Homelearning Unitarian Universalists and Kindred Spirits) aka UU Homeschoolers
- UU Homeschoolers is an online support group dedicated to the sharing of
ideas by a wide range of people - from Unitarian Universalist families who
may or may not be homeschooling to those who are interested in homeschooling
but may or may not be UU. This is a place where open minds can consider
alternatives to traditional public education. They have an online discussion
group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UUHomeschoolers.
Contact Terri at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
email list - HUUH-L is a support mailing list for sharing and developing
resources that celebrate lifelong learning in the interdependent web of
life; supporting each other and, most importantly, our children in the development
of personal theologies, helping each other deal with the censure and reprisals
we sometimes experience from others in the homeschool community (and society
at large) when we express our beliefs; challenging the assumption of many
that homeschooling is identifiable with a particular educational, political
or religious agenda; coping with the "school-structured" styles we find
in most of our religious communities and in society; and challenges faced
by marginalized members of society who choose homeschooling -- bisexual,
gay, lesbian, and transgendered people, people of color, people with disabilities,
single parents, etc.
Unschooling Sermon written in 1997
for Homeschoolers from HUUH-L - Primarily old resources, but do update
upon specific request
Discussion Archives - anonymous examples from 1996-97
Email to Webster of This Site (Founder of HUUH-L)