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Lenora Levia


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Lenora Levia is the pen name of a young woman who has graduated from both homeschool and technical college. When she's not working, Lenora enjoys acting, choral singing, teaching herself fiddling, reading, and attending Mensa events. She can be contacted at homeschoolwriter@yahoo.com.


Homeschooling Articles by Lenora Levia

Will the Real Peers Please Stand Up? Lenora Levia tells about her post-homeschooling experiences with her "peer group."

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