Office and Library Hours during the Holiday Season:

Week beginning December 22: Tuesday, Dec. 23, 1.00 – 4.00 p.m.

Week beginning December 29: Friday,  Jan. 2, 2015, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Interested in homeschooling? Want to connect with other homeschooling families in the Kansas City area?

Midwest Parent Educators (MPE) has served the Kansas City homeschool community for over 20 years. MPE is a Christian organization, but seeks to serve all families who want to educate their children at home.

We serve homeschoolers with annual conferences, networking opportunities, local event listings, and more. Events include graduation ceremoniesencouragement days for homeschooling moms, how-to-homeschool workshops and used curriculum sales.

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22 12, 2014

Top 5 homeschool blog posts for 2014

  • December 22nd, 2014

It’s been an awesome first year of blogging for us, and we have the most popular homeschool blog posts to prove it! Here are the top blog posts ranked by our readers […]

18 12, 2014

Why our Encouragement Days keep getting better

  • December 18th, 2014

Already counting down to our next Women’s Encouragement Day on Jan. 31? You’ve got just less than a month to sign up, so hurry – space is limited!

Here are three reasons why […]

15 12, 2014

Kansas City homeschooling: How far have we come?

  • December 15th, 2014

By Todd Kangas, MPE president

Here is one of those interesting Kansas City homeschooling facts: last year the first MPE (formerly JCPE) homeschool graduate class began turning 40 years old.

We have seen […]

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Midwest Parent Educators: What others say

  • “MPE is fantastic. I appreciate the variety of ways you help me to homeschool better, fulfilling the role God has given me.”
  • “So blessed by two days at the conference with my hubby, Thomas … ! Great speakers, prayer, seeing friends, and acquaintances. Saving money on exciting new resources for homeschooling. A wonderful weekend! Thanks Midwest Parent Educators!”

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