Learning Tangent Homeschool Magazine was created after the founder, Gail Nelson, started homeschooling her then 8 year-old twin boys. She found that, among the plethora of homeschool magazines, there was something missing: A truly inclusive magazine, willing to discuss various beliefs and ideas without the animosity that so often seems to accompany them. So her husband David, being the supportive, awesome guy that he is… told her to stop whining and create one.
The response to Learning Tangent has been overwhelmingly positive, and that means we are growing. We are also subscriber-supported. This means that you get what you pay for with a minimum of ads cluttering things up.
Each issue is stuffed full of fabulous articles written so that YOU can homeschool more effectively. We know that homeschoolers are starting this new journey for a variety of reasons, from Common Core to a general lack of individual liberty in the school system – Learning Tangent reflects this changing reality.
Being an inclusive magazine means that Learning Tangent doesn’t focus on one religion or another. We’re founded on the belief that our greatest strength lies in coming together as homeschoolers because we all have one thing in common: Our children and the desire to bring them up to be intelligent, compassionate adults who function in society.
Find some common ground and join our growing community of homeschool families, we’re pretty sure you’ll love it.