Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts, Inc.

The Year in Review from AHEM!

Please consider AHEM when you are making end-of-year charitable donations!

Highlights of 2020

AHEM Website Users: 2019 and 2020

2020 brought new challenges to AHEM, as it did to everyone. We tried our best to respond to needs as they cropped up and changed.

For the influx of new homeschoolers—two-and-a-half times as many new AHEM subscribers in 2020 as in 2019—many of whom felt pushed to this option they knew little about because of concern over in-person learning amidst the virus, despair over the experience of remote learning, or just needing to be able to create some predictable family routine, we provided:

For all homeschoolers, AHEM provided ways to connect with others when getting together is not possible:

Throughout the year, we reported on a variety of issues important to Massachusetts homeschoolers:

We were pleased to offer:

We could not have done any of this without the help of our volunteers (Shout-outs! to):

  • Milva M.
  • Melissa M.
  • Christina S.
  • Sarah H.
  • Leslee P.
  • Kateryna C.
  • Julie P.

Ongoing efforts include:

Thank you

As we bid goodbye to 2020, we want to be sure to thank all of you for your support over the past year, whether it came in the form of reading our emails, filling out the questionnaire, referring a friend to AHEM, inviting us to speak to your group, accessing Amazon* through AHEM, or sending us a cash donation. Any level of interest and participation is greatly appreciated and is what fuels our efforts.

Looking forward to 2021 we are hopeful, and will continue to support and inform the growing number of homeschoolers in Massachusetts. Help us by encouraging your friends to subscribe to AHEM! We always appreciate feedback on how we are doing and ideas about how we can serve you better.

* As an Amazon Associate AHEM earns from qualifying purchases (not just books!).