Please Link to This Site

Copyright © 2013 Karl M. Bunday, all rights reserved.

Q. May I link to the Learn in Freedom! site?

A. Absolutely yes. Go right ahead. I don't care what people who link to the Learn in Freedom! site say about the site on the pages they keep, as long as they link to the correct current URI, which is

or associated subpages for pages on the site other than the home page. A link to the home page is best if you are linking to the site generally, but feel free to link to any page on my site that is helpful to your site's readers. I never let links go dead on my site, so you can link with confidence. I very much appreciate links to the "Colleges That Admit Homeschoolers FAQ"

especially because that page is widely plagiarized, and people ought to know about the original page. Below is a list of some of the more popular pages on this site, many of which deserve (and already have) direct inbound links from other Web sites. Link to as many as you like.

  1. Home Page (Learn in Freedom! Education Reform & Home-Schooling)
  2. Colleges That Admit Homeschoolers FAQ (with links to several subpages)
  3. How to Get Started in Homeschooling
  4. Research on Homeschooling Socialization
  5. Selected Articles on Homeschooling
  6. Home Schooling Resource Guides
  7. Homeschooling is Growing Worldwide
  8. Nobel Prize Winners Hate School
  9. Current and Choice Books on Homeschooling
  10. Language Development of Children
  11. Books on IQ and Human Intelligence
  12. The Reading Instruction Series (Don't Learn to Read in School)
  13. Books on Reading Instruction (Learn to Read at Home)
  14. Age Segregation in School FAQ
  15. Quotations from Notable Persons Who Saw Problems in Schooling
  16. Schools and Crime
  17. Books on What Homeschooling Is and Why People Homeschool
  18. Critiques of the Education System
  19. Helps for Language Learners
  20. Schools and Suicide
  21. Books on School and State Bibliography
  22. Bibliographies on Education Issues [List of Bibliography Pages on the Site]
  23. U. S. Founders Learned Without Public School System
  24. About Karl M. Bunday [About the author of this site]
  25. School Is Obsolete
  26. Building Better Web Sites (Technical Notes)
  27. Genuine Multiculturalism
  28. Homeschooling in Minnesota
  29. Awards and Press for Learn in Freedom! Site

Q. Will you please set up a reciprocal link to my Web page?

A. I have done so. That is, I have set up links to each Web page that really gives the Learn in Freedom! site a "reciprocal" link, namely each page that actually sends readers to the Learn in Freedom! site. See this site's inbound links page,

for examples of pages that link to the Learn in Freedom! site. If you don't see your own site's pages listed on that page, please be patient with my schedule for updating that page of my site. I think the sites that most deserve reciprocal links are those that send the Learn in Freedom! site the most traffic. Some Web pages link to my site (according to search engines, confirmed by my going to look at the page) but don't send any readers to the Learn in Freedom! site (according to my site's access logs). Even those sites will mostly be linked to from my site's inbound links page, through links to search engine pages. But to get on the primary list of linking pages, your site has to send visitors to my site, as verified by my site's access logs (which report referring pages). If your linking pages aren't mentioned after a long time, perhaps you should check whether anyone visits those pages. In that case, you could learn in freedom from Jakob Neilsen, the world's foremost expert on Web site usability, and his Web site

which is a great resource full of ideas for improving Web sites, based on thorough research.

I am always eager to receive suggestions of new pages to link to from my site and accept such suggestions from anyone. Those suggestions are most persuasive if they identify unique features of the site you recommend that would be helpful to my site's readers.

[Last revision 9 March 2013]

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This School Is Dead: Please Link to the Learn in Freedom! site page is copyright © 2013 Karl M. Bunday, all rights reserved.

A general State education is a mere contrivance for moulding people to be exactly like one another: and as the mould in which it casts them is that which pleases the predominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, a priesthood, an aristocracy, or the majority of the existing generation in proportion as it is efficient and successful, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by a natural tendency to one over the body.
John Stuart Mill On Liberty (1859)
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