Beverly Burgess


Beverly Burgess, is passionate about homeschooling and alternative learning. As a Homeschool Coach with over a decade in home-schooling experience, she has helped hundreds of families on their journey to homeschooling. She was the Executive Director of a large nonprofit homeschooling group from 2009-2016, runs an in-ternational social media support group for homeschool group lead-ers, and has been featured in magazine articles and podcasts and with Taming the High Cost of College, and College Funding Re-source. She has been a keynote speaker at Homeschooling Through Highschool and Introduction to Homeschooling workshops for the public, and is a fervent advocate for homeschooling rights and law. Bev coaches new and seasoned homeschoolers through all stages of home education, and is an admitted curriculum hoarder. In her pre-homeschooling life, Bev was a Registered Nurse and held advanced certification in Neurosurgical Intensive Care Nursing, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Critical Care Nursing, and spent almost twenty years working on the Neurosurgical Inten-sive Care Unit at a big city hospital. She has contributed to national studies on Tourette’s Syndrome and ran a large adoption support group in Rhode Island as well as having served as chairperson for a $2-million-dollar capital campaign for green building initiative. She, her husband of twenty-six years and their three children, ages 12, 17 and 20 live in Rhode Island with an array of animals and big organic vegetable garden. Her oldest is a junior at a small liberal arts college in Vermont and is a writing major. Contact Bev through her website: or

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Out of the Box Learning
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 70,440. Language: English. Published: December 11, 2016 by Stillwater River Publications. Categories: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Home schooling
Beverly assumes public school will provide everything her son Patrick needs to succeed; but he’s been beaten down by the system, and failing and falling further behind as each year passes.

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