Darren Jones and his wife Sara have four children, whom they homeschool together: Addi, Stuart, Daphne, and Phillip. During the day, Darren works as a litigation attorney representing homeschool families experiencing legal difficulties. He also works with homeschool support groups all across the country, assisting them with legal issues. In the evening, he takes on teaching history, literature, and other assorted fun subjects. His article “A Case for Homeschooling” was recently published in The Wiley Handbook of School Choice. Darren is an active member of Winchester Anglican Church, where he is a Sunday School teacher. Darren is excited to share his passion for homeschooling with other parents!
Although in many homeschooling families, Mom is the day-to-day teacher with input and support from Dad, it doesn’t have to be that way—and often isn’t. What happens when Dad is the primary educator—and not just for the seriously cool science experiments? Navigating play dates, setting schedules, maintaining the routine—all bring their own special challenges. Darren […]