Types of government have been in the news lately, but I’m going to be honest and say I don’t understand the forms of government that well. That’s why I invited a guest expert to explain it so we can teach our kids. To understand what’s happening in politics and world relationships, we need to start with this foundation.
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Now let’s discuss world government. My guest today is Jessica De Gree. Jessica is a high school teacher, former homeschooling student, and the host of a new history podcast called My Life Under Communism. The podcast features interviews with residents or former residents of communist countries, allowing us to access stories of their unique experiences that shed light on an otherwise lofty and complex political term. Her family is the creator of the homeschool history publisher The Classical Historian, an award-winning history curriculum company.
I think you’ll enjoy this interview.
Thanks again to CTC Math for their sponsorship. Join me next time as we discuss how to maintain a strong homeschool marriage.
Have a happy homeschool week!