Tiana Kubik

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Parent

Chicago, Illinois

Tiana Kubik has a Bachelor of Science in family community services from Michigan State University and a Master of Science in early childhood education from the Erikson Institute, in Chicago. Tiana was a teacher for Pre-K-Kindergarten for almost ten years.

Tiana now works full-time running a Chicago-based photography company with her husband, with both my kids in tow for the last seven years. They have been homeschooling/unschooling their children, ages 3 and 7 years old, since 2018. For the last year, they have been exploring North America through living and traveling in a self-converted 2016 Sprinter Van. Follow along at their unschooling and travel adventures on Instagram: @usalongtheway.

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Posted Apr. 3, 2020

This Family Lets Kids Take the Lead in Designing Their Education

Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Chicago Unheard. In this time when millions of families have suddenly been thrust…

By Tiana Kubik

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Posted Jan. 15, 2021

After the Insurrection, It’s Time To Listen To MLK

Y’all know what, had education been done right in the first place then maybe we could’ve avoided this shit show called “Duck Dynasty: Civil War…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Jan. 15, 2021

We’re Not Even Close To Realizing Dr. King’s Dream

Two years ago I was fortunate enough to attend a showing of “Hamilton” in my hometown of Atlanta. A huge group from Atlanta Public Schools…

By Jay Wamsted

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Posted Jan. 13, 2021

As Grown-Ups Argue Over Reopening Schools, Chicago’s Kids Lose

Chicago Public Schools students are back in school.  Well, some of them are. It’s complicated, and getting messier by the minute.  WBEZ Chicago has more…

By Rob Samuelson

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