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Paula Mann

Paula Mann


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Paula Mann is a homeschooling mom who lives in New Jersey with her husband Brian and her daughter Debbie (7). She received her degree from Thomas A. Edison State College, the external degree program of New Jersey, and half of her credits through CLEP exams and correspondence study. She is secretary of her homeschooling support group Somerset County Christian Parent Educators Association, and also teaches needle arts in SCCPEA's cooperative Friendship Learning Center.


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