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After having been a member of the Aspen Grover Educational Community co-op for the past five years, my family is going it alone this year. This has been quite a transition.
While there have been many blessings of the co-op, at the heart of it was that we were families who 1) had chosen the Charlotte Mason method of education and 2) were willing to help each other in the education of our children.
I have held close to my heart what Nancy Kelly has shared about her Truth, Beauty, Goodness Community.
The point of our group is learning in community and allowing the mother to spread the feast to her children without having to plan every single subject and lesson, which can lead to burnout.
What was I going to do now that I no longer had this help? Were my children going to get a subpar education? Was I going to burn out?