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Texas Home School Coalition REVIEW Updates Writer’s Guidelines and Seeks Articles from Freelance Writers

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Texas Home School Coalition REVIEW, a quarterly magazine advocating the political and societal rights of homeschoolers in Texas, had added new themes for 2017 and is inviting freelance writers to submit nonfiction articles for the next issue.

The editor currently needs articles that will address:

  • Academic or social/emotional issues for 9-12 grade students.
  • Home schooling routines, such as working with co-ops, simultaneous learning, starting class on time, and other methods of teaching effectively.
  • Specific topics about History/Social Studies/Civics.
  • Practical Techniques for Learning Foreign Languages.

Submissions do not need to fit the theme. Writers can also submit articles related to the purpose of the magazine, which contains material analyzing various techniques that improve studying habits in core curriculum (mathematics, writing, spelling, and history).

The editor also welcomes reviews of different homeschooling educational programs, and a broad range of other topics, as long as they focus on the issues that homeschool families encounter. Lyndsay Lambert serves as Editor.

New Word length: Feature articles run 1000 to 1500 words. Sidebars range from 125 to 450 words.

Payment: writers are now paid $110/article $100/article, or $40  $50 if it is a reprint article.

Submit by January 10, 2017. Read writer’s guidelines here

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