About Latter-day Learning
A Brief History of Latter-day Learning
Latterdaylearning.org was created by LDS homeschoolers in partnership with American Heritage School, an LDS-oriented private school of 42 years located in American Fork, Utah. In response to continued requests to make the school’s educational resources available to LDS homeschoolers, the school began work on The Family School in mid-2011. Recognizing distinct differences between the format of classroom instruction and homeschool instruction, the school reached out to hundreds of local LDS homeschoolers through online surveys, homeschool conferences, focus groups, and in-home observations, in order to adequately understand how to go about such a task.
We express deep gratitude to these wonderful women and their tremendous sacrifice; Nannette Wiggins, Jane Mack, Karen Arneson, Nancy Willis, Jolyn Mitchell, Heidi Boden, Debra Otteson, Samantha Hollister, Kristina Law, Jenet Erickson, Jill Bigelow, Kara Davis, Michelle Smith, Michelle Stone, Quinn Curtis, and Jenny Bradshaw.
Watch Jane & Nannette explain How did the idea of a Family School come about? and What is American Heritage School’s role?
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