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Edwin C. Myers

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Providence Project

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Providence Project

14566 NW 110Th St.

Whitewater, Kansas,67154

United States

Company Description

Providence Project publishes CalcuLadder(tm), ReadyWriter(tm), AlphaBetter(tm), MasterPaks, and SanctiFinder(tm). Online ordering & samples....more

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www.thechristianhome.net

by Edwin C. Myers, PhD
Edwin C. Myers is President of The Providence Project, which publishes the CalcuLadder® math drills and other supplemental materials for homeschoolers. A scientist, educator, and musician, Dr. Myers holds the M.A. from Dallas Theological Seminary and the Ph.D. from Carnegie-Mellon University. He has authored the AlphaBetter®, CalcuLadder®, and (with Mrs. Myers) ReadyWriter® units in the Learning Vitamins® series. Dr. Myers has taught at the high school, college, and university levels. Dr. and Mrs. Myers are the grateful parents of twelve homeschooled children.


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Twenty years ago, homeschooling children wasn't quite the norm, but it's become much more accepted today, said Edwin Myers, an author and publisher of homeschooling materials for families and some schools across the nation and on Guam.Myers is on Guam visiting his son, Matthew, who was homeschooled and is now serving on the USS City of Corpus Christi, which is homeported on Guam."Homeschooling has been a growing movement in the U.S. and around the world.It's gotten to be almost mainstream," Myers said."Today there are, I believe, nearly 20,000 products offered as homeschooling materials, and there are big publishers who publish whole line of homeschooling curriculum."In 1984, Myers founded Providence Project, which publishes homeschooling materials including "CalcuLadder" and "ReadyWriter" that help parents teach math and writing skills to their children.


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Educator: Edwin C. Myers of Whitewater, Kan., the author of homeschooling books such as "AlphaBetter," "CalcuLadder," and "ReadyWriter," holds several of his homeschooling workbooks and CD-ROMs.The Providence Project was founded in 1984 by Edwin C. Myers.Twenty years ago, homeschooling children wasn't quite the norm, but it's become much more accepted today, said Edwin Myers, an author and publisher of homeschooling materials for families and some schools across the nation and on Guam. Myers is on Guam visiting his son, Matthew, who was homeschooled and is now serving on the USS City of Corpus Christi, which is homeported on Guam. "Homeschooling has been a growing movement in the U.S. and around the world.It's gotten to be almost mainstream," Myers said."Today there are, I believe, nearly 20,000 products offered as homeschooling materials, and there are big publishers who publish whole line of homeschooling curriculum." In 1984, Myers founded Providence Project, which publishes homeschooling materials including "CalcuLadder" and "ReadyWriter" that help parents teach math and writing skills to their children. "Our products are sold primarily to Christian-based schools and Christian homeschoolers," Myers said, adding that in the 1980s parents would approach him seeking homeschool materials. Myers said 85 percent of his company's sales now are wholesale to retailers. "The industry has grown up and matured a lot.It's an interesting environment for small publishers like us.We've been fortunate enough to hang in there," Myers said. Reasons Myers said there are a variety of reasons that families decide to teach their children at home instead of enrolling children in public or private schools. "Most homeschoolers have a religious motivation ... some do it for academic reasons," Myers said.Myers and Middlebrooke said homeschooling was both exciting and fulfilling in that they had a greater role in their children's upbringing than they would have if they had enrolled their children in traditional schools. "I would suggest to parents who are looking into homeschooling to talk to other parents who already are doing it and see if it's really for you," Myers said. Edwin Myers holds a Ph.D. from Carnegie-Mellon University, and an M.A. from Dallas Seminary.He designed the optics of the interferometric spectrometers for the Voyager I and II space probes, published articles in the fields of optics and magnetics, taught high school and college and has written choral pieces, many of which were featured on Uncle Charlie's Children's Bible Hour radio program.



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Ed Myers holds the Ph.D. from Carnegie-Mellon University, and the M.A. from Dallas Seminary.
A scientist, educator, and musician, Ed designed the optics of the infra­red spectro­meters for NASA's Voyager I and II space probes. He has taught at the university level and per­formed geo­phys­ical research in the petro­leum industry. He has also authored numerous choral pieces and directed festival choirs. His music has been featured on Uncle Charlie's Children's Bible Hour radio program. was founded in 1984 by Dr. Edwin C. Myers. Ed and his wife, Nellie, have devel­oped and expanded our product line over the years. Ed and Nellie are the grateful parents of twelve home schooled children.


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