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Jennifer Thieme

Jennifer Thieme


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Jennifer Thieme (pronounced tea-me, as in, "Have a cup of tea with me,") is the chief administrator of a small private ISP she established in 1996 to serve as an umbrella for herself and several of her homeschooling friends. You may reach her at jennifer_t@cox.net.


Homeschooling Articles by Jennifer Thieme

How to Buy & Sell Used Curriculum Jennifer Thieme tells us how.

Should I Change Curriculum? When it's time to take the plunge and when it's not.

Seven Effective Home Management Tips

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University of Nebraska High School
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