(BPRW) Youngest Black Law School Graduate, 19 yr old Haley Taylor Schlitz, To Be Honored at Largest Black Homeschool Expo
(Black PR Wire) Atlanta, GA — From July 22-24, 2022, The Liberated Minds Black Homeschool and Education Virtual Expo is celebrating its 11th Anniversary featuring Haley Carolyn Taylor Schlitz, the youngest Black law school graduate ever, serving as another phenomenal example of the incredible power of homeschooling.
Taylor Schlitz had always been an excellent student who loved school until the fifth grade when she became less engaged after moving to a different public school district. Due to not being challenged and feeling as if she was denied greater educational opportunities due to her race, Taylor Schlitz’s parents decided to choose homeschooling as an excellent option.
As a result, Taylor Schlitz graduated from high school at age 13, earned her undergraduate degree at 16, and then made world history by graduating from law school at only 19. Homeschooling gave Taylor Schlitz the advantage of focusing on her personal goals and interests, while moving at her natural learning pace, empowered by a tailor-made curriculum.
Taylor Schlitz is a perfect example of what the specialization of homeschooling can do with the correct support.
“I want to help families open their eyes to the opportunities that they don’t even realize are there,” Taylor Schlitz affirms.
This year she is sharing her full story at the 2022 11th Annual Liberated Minds Black Homeschool and Education Virtual Expo. Historically, Caucasians were at the forefront of taking advantage of homeschooling opportunities, and this year’s expo comes at an ideal time when Black and Non-Caucasian families are now leading the incline. We caught up with Queen Taese, founder of Liberated Minds, which has served over 75k families since its inception.
She stated, “I am beyond excited!” when asked about the upcoming virtual expo.
She went on to say, “This year’s focus is A Deeper Learning Approach To Black Education and invites Black homeschool parents and children, including those from the public, private, and charter schools, while also bringing together thousands of Black culture-affirming educators, education advocates, and scholar-practitioners to exchange ideas, share their best practices and lessons learned. Attendees will have FULL ACCESS to over 40 impactful, comprehensive masterclasses and phenomenal vendors with Black curricula, books, educational products and services, empowerment resources, as well as chances to win giveaways and scholarships.”
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