Moore Formula
Dr. Raymond and Dorothy Moore were pioneers in the homeschooling movement and have given generations of homeschoolers inspiration, know-how, and ideas that make learning at home fun, less stressful, and more rewarding. Learn more about their philosophy of education and their methods with these resources.
Better Late Than Early: A New Approach to Your Child's Education
In this book, Raymond and Dorothy Moore look at the research behind learning styles for children. The message of slowing down and responding to your child's readiness is a welcome contrast to the common practice of pushing young children through the system. They conclude that the best environment for children to learn is at home. 
Websites
The Moore Foundation and Academy
Hand in hand with homeschooling parents providing individualized curriculum, educational materials, and unit studies for homeschool along with aid in learning disabilities, and gifted education.
Articles
Learning How To Think
Dr. Raymond and Dorothy Moore share insight into how to encourage your child to think independently.
The African-American March in Homeschooling
Raymond Moore shares his insight into the movement of African American homeschooling. Includes a wonderful retelling of his experience in a Texas court room when Helen Jackson, the plaintiff in a class action lawsuit, made her compelling case for educating her own children.
Homeschooling Using the Moore Formula
Dr. Raymond Moore and his wife Dorothy Moore are sometimes called the grandparents of the modern home schooling movement. For over 50 years they have been educational professionals, and for the last 30 years have been sharing their research and their "formula" for successful home schooling, a program that is low-cost, low stress, and yet brings high-achievement.
Unschooling and The Moore Formula
The Moore Formula consists of a balance of study and work. It is related to unschooling in that both reject convention or traditional school-type education.
The Moore Formula
How to teach with low stress, low cost, high success and behavior. This is the Moore Formula. You'll find a complete outline of this educational approach here. Raymond and Dorothy Moore explain the Formula, which entails studying daily depending on the child's maturity, an equal amount of manual work, and home or community service an hour or so a day.
The Moore Formula
Dr. Raymond and Dorothy Moore, known as the grandparents of Christian homeschool education, created their own education system through years of research, and have written countless books and videos. In the 1980s they were one of the very few voices heard on homeschooling and its benefits, methods and advantages.
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