The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine (TOS) has been the premiere trade magazine for homeschool families for over a decade. TOS has now joined the ranks of the digital revolution in magazine production while going from a quarterly publication to a monthly digital publication, offering its readers increased content and ease of accessibility.
By downloading on computers, Android-based smartphones, and Apple devices, the content can now digitally go wherever the reader goes. The company will soon release applications for digital readers such as Kindle Fire as well.
One of the main goals of publishers Paul and Gena Suarez is supporting homeschoolers worldwide, by tapping into technology’s outlet of information distribution that is quickly becoming the norm through digital media. Their commitment to bringing the best to homeschool families has prompted them to offer their publication as open access for viewing while they come alongside homeschool families with the most comprehensive and educationally rich content for their readers, and now in the most innovative formats.
Jennifer Bogart from Apps for Homeschooling (appsforhomeschooling.com) had this to say: “TOS is at the leading edge of the digital revolution and I’m thrilled that my copies of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine are now right on my Android tablet for easy reading, alongside access to blog posts and reviews. Reading TOS just became much more convenient for me with this new app!” Joaquin Fernandez, Producer of IndoctriNation the Movie, agrees: “Once again, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is leading the pack, this time by going digital and creating an App for Droid. I just finished reviewing the most recent issue and it works beautifully. Now I actually have something worth reading on my phone.”
About The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine
Now in their eleventh year of publication, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is recognized as the premier magazine for homeschoolers. This interactive-digital magazine offers approximately 200 pages of information, inspiration, and encouragement to homeschooling families around the world in each monthly issue.