Educational Disobedience by Dr. Annise Mabry was published on July 1st, 2018 by The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation. In “Educational Disobedience,” educationist, Dr. Annise Mabry, offers a compelling, unique and refreshing insight into how she helps her children overcome the limitations of what she terms “a broken education system,” in the State of Georgia. Her decision to homeschool them were borne largely due to the fact that they were not receiving the best of education, and more because protection from the unending problem of bullying in public schools was lacking. She soon realized that only a crucial intervention could save her family from falling apart, and it was a decision that proved timely because not only did she achieve her objectives, but she also ended up saving her community! She has helped many parents to transform their children from struggling students to homeschool high school graduates!
This isn’t the guide for how to homeschool–it’s the story of survival because of homeschool.
About the author: Dr. Annise Mabry is a homeschool mom, radio host, motivational speaker, and online professor. She has presented keynote speeches, developed workshops, and facilitated seminars for audiences ranging from NFL athletes to inmates at maximum security prisons. Dr. Mabry’s enthusiastic, high quality, content packed speeches and presentations have a down to earth feel that leaves her audiences with the feeling that they have known her forever. Dr. Mabry is a civic entrepreneur. She is the President of The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation and the Executive Director of Tiers Free Academy. She learned about the impact that one person can make in a family’s life and her favorite mantra is “Your vibe attracts your tribe.” Prior to her retirement from the Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Mabry was a founding partner of Mabry Investigations, a private detective agency and is currently the owner of the Back2Us Radio Network. She is a Georgia Certified Peace Officer and E-911 Dispatcher, holds a B.A. in Mass Communications, a post master’s certificate in Juvenile Justice, an M.A.Ed in Adult Education, a M.S. in Criminal.