Do you want to see your community lised as part of the Education Revolution? Existing schools, organized co-ops, teachers, parents, students, or community leaders… take the Education Revealed! mini course found on the AmericanFamilyEducation.com.
You are invited to learn about this new system of education to know how to recognize and compare your options. If you would like to join with this cause, share this mini course with more in your community! When there is a group, in any area, interested in learning more, help is on it’s way.
One of our most common questions is, “What ages can be students at American Family Education?” At all levels of development people are looking for more than alternative education.. they are looking for education that would actually work for them individually. Not only do we establish a better foundation for students, but we start them on a path with tools through to living a purpose driven life, fulfilling their mission.
For many people the path to their mission is outside of needing a college degree. Some will need specific certification or licensing to fulfill their missions.. but not most. For most, learning the skills we emphasize like goals planning, finding and being mentored, soft skills, leadership, logic, personal finance, etc, are the skills that are rarely taught in other programs, but are most important for general success are all taught at AFE.
It’s no wonder that even with our program still being developed, so many are anxious to participate at AFE as a preparation for life, not just a replacement for K-12 education.
A few quick videos that highlight the current state of higher education:
What Every Graduate Should Know
The Speech Every 2015 College Grad Needs to Hear
Game of Loans
The Problem with Having an Advanced Degree
Utopia University Promotional Video
How the Liberal University Hurts the Liberal Student
Break out of bad patterns from government schools! THIS video details ideal roles and relationships.
These roles are each so important.. this video teaches how to balance the influence of mentors and teachers with the role of the parent and how to allow students to take charge of their own educational goals.