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  • Jayne February 12,

    Do you have a report card printable – preferrably middle and high school? Thank you. I enjoy your website.

  • Jenny June 27,

    Where’s the “like” button when you need one?

    • Heather July 19,

      Seriously, Jenny. I lost it when it came to the ‘blowing up balloons’ comment. Bahahaa!

  • Vicky July 2,

    Speaking from 21 years of homeschooling, the question about report cards is extremely valid. They are used for college admission papers, for scholarships and for many states that require them as part of their state homeschooling laws.

  • Pj August 5,

    I am looking for a good form to keep grades on. I have to use it for public school eligibility for my DD to play in sports. Anyone have one? (I ask at the risk of being told how stupid the question is! haha)

  • Nicole October 4,

    I agree PUBLIC schools report cards are not great, but home school report cards ARE great!
    Can you please explain the difference between the two?

  • L.M. November 1,

    A report card or grades for that matter is NOT always a fair assessment/evaluation tool. At my kids school, they changed the grading scale, so now low 70’s are Ds, low 80’s are Cs, low 90’s are Bs. REALLY???!!! How is that a proper, good evaluation tool. In my opinion, it is a scheme and a scam to make our kids look like dummies and unintelligent. And let’s not get on the subject of standardize tests. And as far as the public school system is concerned, it is TOTALLY failing our kids, ESPECIALLY African-American kids. But that is a debate that is TOO long and complex to even begin to debate here. Anyway, just wanted to speak on report cards and grades.

    • L.M. November 1,

      And Oh, by the way, I am school social worker. I have spent the last 3 years in inner city schools in Chicago and it is disgusting, to say the lease, what they are doing to these kids.

  • Tanya November 10,

    I am so ‘grateful’ for your Thanksgiving Journal. Thank you so much for sharing and we can’t wait to utilize it as part of our program!

  • Alyssa December 13,

    Thank goodness for Nicole’s comment! My brain was exploding…. I thought after reading Heather’s comment I might have an aneurysm. Thank you for finally bringing a logical well thought out opinion to this conversation Nicole!

  • Kedsi January 4,

    I would also like to request a report card… It’s kinda required in our state…

  • Stephany February 8,

    Ruth, thank you so much for all of your hard work on this blog! I read it every week and find so much inspiration from your life journey. It saddens me to find so much negativity in the comments, and I hope you can ignore it. You seem like such an amazing woman and I hope people can read what you stand for and have respect for your life’s work. Have a great weekend!

  • CNM June 8,

    Being kind is more important than being right.
    “Never let a problem to be solved, become more important than a person to be loved.”
    ― Thomas S. Monson


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