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Readers of my Homeschooling Freedom , yesterday’s On the Square column, may enjoy an article on homeschooling by a very bright young man who is now a homeschooled high school senior, and explains what his life is like in an article published in Imagine , the magazine of Johns Hopkins Center for Gifted Youth. He’s obviously exceptional even among homeschoolers, but still represents the range and depths of interests of those we know.

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