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Grace Gaston-Dousel
Grace Gaston-Dousel is a writer, teacher, researcher, and artist who enjoys learning more about the world as she homeschools her children. She serves as Family Advisor at Homeschool Global.

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For the love of ballet

Feature Opinion
The past three weeks have been stressful for my daughter Himig. True to her name, Himig (which means “melody” in English) has been engrossed with music and dance ...
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Proud to be a woman

Opinion
There is a right kind of pride. When God looked at all He has done at the end of His creative work in Genesis 1, he saw “everything ...
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Araw ng Davao:  A time to think ahead

Opinion
Banners started flying in the warm Davao breeze last week. Sales all over the city are starting to gather crowds. Food trucks and tiangge stalls start to line up ...
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A homeschooling milestone

Feature Opinion
Last Friday was a milestone for all homeschooling families in the Philippines.  March 3, 2017 marked the celebration of the first National Homeschool Day.  Senate PSR No. 308, ...
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Ignite your passion

News
I have read the book “Woman of Influence” by Pam Farrel three times, and each time I did, I was in a different season of life. The first time ...
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For the Iskolar ng Bayan

Opinion
To be an “Iskolar ng Bayan” in the ‘90s while studying in UP Diliman meant paying tuition of at least P5,000 per semester. My sister was an engineering student, ...
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How to get started with homeschooling

Feature Opinion
I have been receiving a lot of questions lately from families who want to try homeschooling. Many of them are young parents who want to ensure the education of ...
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Whose fault is it if the homeschooled kid performs below par?

Feature Opinion
I was recently asked a vital question about homeschooling that made me really think hard. Whose fault is it when a homeschooled kid performs below par: the curriculum, ...
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A daughter’s letter

News
Psychologists and counselors say that when overwhelmed with pain, it is helpful to pen one’s thoughts. It allows the hurting to find his/her way to the path of healing. Because ...
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Some things can never be forgotten

Opinion
“Fade to black.” I remember hearing these words each time a production comes to a close during my TV production classes in college. It was in one of ...
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