The Carnival of Homeschooling is up over at Life on the Road. There's a lot of good stuff this week.
One post that caught my eye was entitled Arrogant Homeschoolers. It describes a phenomenon that many, many homeschooling parents experience--the fact that our decisions regarding the education of our children, which definitely can be described as the road less taken in our society, are often interpreted by those around us as implicit judgments about the way they are educating their kids. We homeschoolers come across as arrogant, even when we are explicitly trying not to give offense. I've written at length about this phenomenon as well, here and here.
My post entitled Thoughts on Banita Jacks, Homeschooling, and Liberty is also featured in this week's carnival, and there's a lot of other good stuff there. Check it out!