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Joyce Kinmont,
Founder, 1990

Learning by faith and learning from experience are two of the central features of the Father's plan
of happiness. The Savior preserved moral agency through the Atonement and made it possible
for us to act and to learn. Lucifer's rebellion against the plan sought to destroy the agency of man,
and his intent was that we as learners would only be acted upon.

- Elder David A. Bednar, Increase in Learning, p.3

Teach a Child
to Read

Remodeling as quickly as we can. The links that are working are bolded.
This website is devoted to encouraging families to strengthen the educational effectiveness of their homes by following the Savior's teachings as taught in scripture, the words of living prophets, and the new agency-based patterns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

WHY is a religiously-based education best? ...

HOW should we learn & teach? ....

WHAT should we learn and teach?....

The stories of Jesus.
- 2015 Core

Ezra Taft Benson, Patriot
- 2015 Core

God's gift of Language
- Always Core

The Past and Future of Education
Common Core: The Destruction of Liberty

Dan & Jan Hunter
classics, texts, and more

(c) 2003 - 2015, Joyce Kinmont, LDS Home Educators Assn.
2475 South 1150 West, Syracuse UT 84075,801-776-3555

A millennial society will emerge in our future; we can either resist or contribute to its development.
The basic stewardships that will push this movement into the future reside in each family. Our society will
change as our education changes. . . individuals from many families must do the creative work . . . As this
education is firmly established, temporal excellence in learning will blossom and Zion will increase in beauty
and in holiness; her borders will be enlarged, her stakes strengthened, and she will put on her beautiful
garments (D&C 82:1-4). And the children will be taught through an agency approach to education.

- Neil J. Flinders, Teach the Children:An Agency Approach to Education, BYU, 1990