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Theodore Pride


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Theodore Pride is the oldest of Bill and Mary Pride's children. He holds a Bachelors degree in Applied Science and Technology with a Computer Science focus from Thomas Edison State College, where he also earned the Arnold Fletcher Award. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda, the premier national honor society for adults in higher education.

Theodore has been the webmaster of Homeschool World since 1994. He also has consulted on projects for many other companies, including over five years of consulting for a major marketing firm in California. His website is fentonwebdesignfirm.com and he can be reached there.


Homeschooling Articles by Theodore Pride

College From a Hospital Bed Ted tells about how he survived major health challenges and earned a college degree via distance learning.

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