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Richard Driggers

Richard Driggers


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Richard & Lynette Driggers live in Fort Worth, Texas, and have been home educating their five children for 10 years. Richard says, "The 'Warriors for the King' logo was designed by one of our dads and his son. It goes on our tee-shirts, baseball hats and banner. If you don't use it for commercial purposes, you may use it for your club-it's a great witnessing tool."


Homeschooling Articles by Richard Driggers

Shouldn't Your Children's Curriculum Include Chess? Richard Driggers shows how to accelerate learning skills by playing this classic game.

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University of Nebraska High School
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