Missionary Homeschooling in Ghana with William Haun – 055

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On episode 55, the Liberty Hippie is joined by homeschooling father, William Haun. William isn’t your ordinary homeschooling dad though, he and his family are missionaries in Ghana, and while homeschooling wasn’t originally in their plan, as life would move it seemed that it would be in their families best interest to take on homeschooling. We discussed how that decision came about, and what that looks like for them. We also talked about what their education plan is like while they are stateside for the next year.

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Link to show notes for episode 54 with Linnea Gabbard.