Homeschool Movement – Schoolhouse Rocked Documentary

Homeschool Movement – Schoolhouse Rocked Documentary: Today we’ll be talking about an exciting new documentary, what’s happening in the homeschool movement across the country, the purpose of education, the importance of having an informed citizenry and so much more!

Air Date: 10/01/2018

Guest: Garrett and Yvette Hampton

On-air Personalities: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton


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Faith And The Culture

Rick:

Welcome to the intersection of faith and the culture. This is WallBuilders Live! We’re talking about today’s hottest topics on policy, faith, and the culture. Always from a biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective.

David Barton is with us. He’s America’s premier historian and our founder at WallBuilders. Tim Barton’s with us, national speaker and pastor, and president of WallBuilders. And my name is Rick Green, I’m a former Texas legislator.

Later in the program, Garrett and Yvette Hampton will be with us to talk about their new documentary called Schoolhouse Rocked. Not Schoolhouse Rocks. Even though some of us grew up watching that. Am I aging myself there? Am I actually letting people know how old I am? I don’t know. Anyway, interesting interview and talking about what’s happening in the homeschool movement across the country.

And you could find out more about our radio program, by the way, at two different websites. WallBuildersLive.com has a list of our stations and archives of the program over the last few weeks. And then WallBuilders.com, our main ministry website, be sure and check that out because there are a lot of great tools there for you and your family.

David, Tim, we’ll talk about the documentary here in a little bit, but just in general, the education system and the purpose of education, why we even have classrooms in the first place. Most state constitutions actually have some language regarding the purpose of education is so you have an informed citizenry. That’s a phrase often used. And it’s all about people understanding the principles of freedom and understanding how to be good citizens when they grow up.

An Informed Citizenry

David:

Well, that’s what we would say is informed citizenry – that you should know some civics, you should know some government, and Constitution. But with modern education today that’s not what we want to inform you about. We want to inform you about sexuality– and by the way, for people who who think that’s strange, I’m not making that up. If you go to the Harvard course catalog for Harvard, elite university, in the course catalog they have 295 listings under sexuality. Really. See, that’s not what you and I would pick as informed citizenry.

Tim:

And, by the way, the idea that we need to help college kids understand sexuality better.

David:

That’s right.

Tim:

Like, I thought we were smart at Harvard. What are we talking about here? But you see the agenda that’s being promoted is we are nothing more than the object of our physical desires.

David:

That’s right.

Tim:

So, we should learn how our physical desires function, and why do we feel this way, and how can we embrace it the best, and how can we feel the best about it? It’s an entire ideology that is very counter to traditional values and, certainly, biblical values.

David:

That’s why with this philosophical conflict of what is an informed citizenry and what should we be informed about. That’s why you’re seeing now with 59 million students in the nation that eight million of those students are now in private schools and homeschools.

Starting as a Fringe Movement

David:

And there was a time even I remember very clearly when homeschooling was a fringe movement, literally. They were arresting parents who were daring to homeschool their children. I remember the big standoff at a church in Nebraska where that a bunch of homeschool parents took refuge inside a church and the officials coming to arrest all the homeschool parents.

So, there was a time even 25 years ago when this was not tolerated in America. This was fringe. But today is a whole different thing. It is now part of mainstream. Nearly two million children are being homeschooled at this point, six million in private schools. There is a huge philosophical rift occurring on what students should know and they’re not getting it right now public education. Informed citizenry is coming out.

Now, let me say, there are some teachers who really do well in public schools. But as an institution they’re not performing the way they need to on that basic stuff.

Tim:

The system itself is broken.

David:

That’s right.

Tim:

There are good people involved in the system, but the system itself is broken.

David:

That’s right.

Rick:

Yeah.  

David:

So, what you’re seeing now is this rise in homeschooling. This new documentary really helps kind of show how mainstream this is and the type of people involved. People that you wouldn’t have thought of 20 years ago and now this is just common stuff today. And it’s really easy for families to do this. If you think, “I can’t do this. I don’t know how to do it.” It’s not what you think. So, it’s a great documentary to kind to introduce you to that, but also to show you how big this movement is and how that it is one of the fastest growing educational movements in America.

Rick:

Garrett and Yvette Hampton, our special guests. Stay with us. We’ll be right back on WallBuilders Live.

This Precarious Moment Book

David:

This is David Barton. I want to let about a brand new book we have called This Precarious Moment, Six Urgent Steps That Will Save You, Your family, and Our Country. Jim Garlow and I have co-authored this book and we take six issues that are hot in the culture right now.

Issues that we’re dealing with, issues such as immigration, race relations, our relationship with Israel, the rising generation Millennials, and the absence of the church in the culture wars, and where American heritage is, our godly heritage. We look at all six of those issues right now that are under attack and we give you both Biblical and historical perspective on those issues that provide solutions on what each of us can do right now to make a difference.

These are all problems that are solvable if we’ll get involved. So you can grab the book This Precarious Moment and find out what you can do to make a difference. This Precarious Moment is available at WallBuilders.com.

Rick:

Welcome back. Thanks for staying with us here on WallBuilders Live. Really excited about this project we’re going to be talking about today. And I don’t care if your homeschool, private school, public school, if you don’t even have kids in the house, you need to be listening to this one because it has a chance of really helping to revolutionize our education system and finally get a good education system.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton are with us. Guys, thanks so much for your time. Appreciate your coming on today.

Schoolhouse Rocked

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Yeah, thank you for having us. Really happy to be on.

Rick:

Well, first of all the title of your, well, I guess you’re calling it a documentary, looks more like a film to me. It’s really done that well. But the title itself got my attention because I grew up watching Schoolhouse Rocks. So, when I saw your title it was like, “Oh, this is going to be good.” It’s called Schoolhouse Rocked – The Homeschool Revolution. Tell us what got you interested in doing this and then let’s talk about how people can be a part of it.

Garrett Hampton:

Sure. Well, we we really felt a call from God to do this movie. And I know that’s saying a lot. But we saw God’s hand working in so many ways driving us towards doing this documentary on homeschooling.

And as a little bit of background, Yvette and I are homeschoolers now. We homeschool our girls and we love it, but we never thought we would homeschool our girls. We believed all the misconceptions and worried about our kids being properly socialized. And the truth was that you were a big part in changing our hearts in that.

Early on we went to a Christian homeschool convention in California and heard you speak as the main session speaker. And over that weekend our eyes were really opened to the great possibility to teach the kids according to a biblical worldview, and to teach according to their learning styles, and really tailor their education to them. And so we–

Rick:

Now, Garrett, if you don’t mind, I’m going to clip that part right there out and I’m going to send it to my wife via text and just remind her that, “Hey, going to California to speak as much as we do does pay off.”

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

That’s right.

Rick:

Just saying it’s an investment. It’s missionary work.

Yvette Hampton:

Absolutely.

Garrett Hampton:

Yes.

Rick:

I’m sorry, I cut you out.

Garrett Hampton:

That’s okay.

Rick:

You guys started– that was, what, eight years ago almost?

So Many Misconceptions

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Right. It was. Now, we’ve been homeschooling now for about eight years and that weekend was where our hearts were changed. We went down very unsure and almost not convinced and we left completely changed people and excited about the process.

Yeah, and we actually, the reason we said we’d never homeschool, of course, is because we had so many misconceptions.

But the reason we ended up homeschooling was because the public schools– we’re from the Los Angeles County area, and the public schools in our area were terrible. It wouldn’t have been physically safe to put our daughter in the public school that she would have gone to. And we had an infant at the time, we couldn’t afford private school, so  we thought, “Wow, guess I’ll do this homeschooling thing that we said we would never do.” So, like Garrett said, we were a little bit reluctant about it, but we went to this convention, and the scales fell from our eyes, and we got to see homeschooling for what it really was.

We were scared to death going into it, but God has done amazing things. And we walked away from that weekend and said, “This is not just something we’re going to try out for a year. This is what our family is going to do from now on.”

Rick:

I love it. I love it. Okay, so your experience up to that point in the story is just like,  literally, I would say hundreds of thousands for sure, but maybe millions of people–

Yvette Hampton:

Yes.

Deciding to Do a Film

Rick:

–in the last 15-20 years did exactly what you did. And I would echo a lot of what you just said in terms of even I was homeschooled as a kid and I was so scared to death when Cara and I said we’re going homeschool. But there are so many great tools out there and you talk about all this in the film, so I want to go down that road necessarily yet.

I want to talk about how you decided to do a film. Because it’s one thing to have that same experience as hundreds of thousands or millions of others and then decide to homeschool. But at some point in that process, and I know, Garrett, you’ve got a film background, but what was the trigger that said, “Wait a minute, this is so good we want to share it with others and get more people to experience this”?

Garrett Hampton:

Yeah. Well, I do have a background in film, so that’s really how I think about communicating with people. And I think it’s a very approachable medium. I think it’s a great way to change hearts. But we saw film which, again, Wall Builders promoted which was Indoctrination.

Rick:

Oh yeah.

Garrett Hampton:

Indoctrination came out about eight years ago and this was early in our homeschooling journey. And we saw it and, again, our hearts were so moved that we ended up buying several copies of that movie and giving it out to all our friends who were thinking about homeschooling. So, that always sat in the back of our minds as such an important moment for us where we learned something, but that our hearts were changed as well.  

Opening Eyes to the Blessing

Garrett Hampton:

So, as our homeschooling went on we saw more and more of the blessings of homeschooling. We felt like we were really called to not evangelize in that the homeschooling is not the gospel, but really opened people’s eyes to what a blessing it could be. And we always thought of Indoctrination as a really important thing in our journey.

So, we did not set out to make Indoctrination 2. For those of you who haven’t seen it, Indoctrination makes a great case against what the public schools are trying to teach our children and how they’re indoctrinating our children. We wanted to show the opposite which is if you’re feeling called to homeschool, this is a great opportunity for your children and for your family. And your kids will come out on the other side okay, they will be socialized, and colleges will want them, and they’ll be able to succeed in life.

So, and along the way, God just kept opening doors and confirming things for us to the point that in 2016 we actually sold our house and everything in California and hit the road to make this movie just fully trusting in Him for His provision and direction. And He has come through–

Rick:

While homeschooling on the road, I guess.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Yes. Yeah, our girls have been to, I think, 22 different states now and gotten to see–

Rick:

Alright.

Yvette Hampton:

–just an amazing part of God’s country. It’s been incredible.

Rick:

So, next is going to be your book on “bus schooling” as the Barton’s the Greens like to call it–

Yvette Hampton:

Right.

Star Power in This Thing

Rick:

Sorry, they called it “van schooling” because the Bartons did it in a van all those years. And, by the way, we’ll definitely– hey, shout out to Colin Gunn on Indoctrination.

Yvette Hampton:

Yeah.

Rick:

He just does great work. So, glad to hear that he was a part of the inspiration for you on this. And I love the fact that when you did hit the road you’ve interviewed some of the giants in the homeschooling movement and you’ve got some some star power in this thing. Ken Ham’s in there you got Israel Wayne, Michael Smith from Homeschool Legal Defense, Dr. Carol Swain, who we’ve done some projects with here at WallBuilders as well, Sam Sorbo, Heidi St. John, you’ve got a lot of great people in this thing.

Garrett Hampton:

Yeah. And that was all God’s working because when we started we didn’t know any of them. We literally knew our homeschool community and a few people who we had hoped to interview, but God opened every single door. And we have over 100 interviews and every one of them contains something just extremely powerful to move hearts.

Rick:

I’ve got to ask you guys, okay, how often was– before word started getting out about your project, how often was the response – without them saying it, but maybe with their eyes saying, “Oh great, another homeschooler wants to make a movie. We’ll see how this goes, right?”

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Right.

God’s Hand at Work

Rick:

Because they don’t know that you’ve got the background to do this thing right and in high quality which is a big pet peeve. Tim Barton and I are always talking about– we always look a little bit cautiously at any project that’s a “Christian movie” or a Christian  produced because, unfortunately, we did such poor quality for all those years. Lately it’s gotten really good. But from what I’ve seen of what you guys are doing it’s great. It looked it’s fun, it’s fast pace, the editing looks good. You guys are doing this thing right.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Thank you. Right.

Rick:

I think it’s important for us to let people know that.

Garrett Hampton:

Thank you. Yeah, I have to admit that it was God’s hand at work in that. When I would tell people about the movie I would say, “We’re doing a homeschool movie. This is what it’s going to be about. And if you’d like to see what I’ve done in the past you can look at my IMDb page. And God honestly had laid that groundwork beforehand because people would look at it before there was a movie on our end and say, “Oh, this guy gets it, he knows what he’s doing.” And the truth was that was just God’s hand at work.

Rick:

That’s cool. And you’ve got some big name movies on your IMDb page too. So, you’ve been in and around the industry for a while. Interstellar, by the way–

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

That was a good one.

Rick:

–one of my kids favorites, okay and mine too. That had to be fun. But of course, my kids laugh. I saw you were you were part of Tron Legacy – I made them watch the old Tron from my day and they just sat there and laughed the whole time and made fun of me for old movies.

Garrett Hampton:

Oh no.

Rick:

But anyway. So, the new one was much better according to them.

Garrett Hampton:

Yes.

Time for the Community to Come Together

Rick:

So, let’s talk about what– so, the way you’re doing this – you’ve got got all these interviews, you’re telling this story, but you’re also giving people a chance to participate. And this is becoming a very successful way to put out good content. Just like we just said, so the content is high quality. And you guys have already finished the production. Your goal at this point is to do the editing and you’ve actually got a Kickstarter campaign going. Tell us a little bit about that.

Yvette Hampton:

Yeah, we launched this Kickstarter campaign. Oh gosh, what was the date?

Garrett Hampton:

September 10th.

Yvette Hampton:

Oh my days are mixing together, September 10th. And what we’ve done is we have had so many people tell us you need to get the homeschooling community and people who support the homeschooling community to come alongside and help bring this movie together. So, as you know, you’ve made films and done a lot of production, it costs a whole lot of money to do something like this.

So, we actually funded a good portion of it ourselves from selling our house and all of our stuff. And then we’ve had a couple of great companies who have just come alongside of us. We’ve had Classical Conversations, IEW, Classical Academic Press, *, HSLDA, we’ve had several of these big companies come alongside of us and help support us financially.

And then we’ve we’ve partnered with several other homeschool organizations, and bloggers, and podcasters, and people like that, to help market the film. But there’s still a huge budget that we have to raise in order to finish post-production.

Hearing From Those In the Thick of It

Yvette Hampton:

So, we’re done with production. We’ve finished all of that. We finished filming all of the interviews. And on the interview end of it, you had mentioned that we had interviewed a lot of big names and that is true. God has been so great and faithful at bringing those people, but we’ve also interviewed a ton of families. And that’s been a really important part of the movie for us is that it wasn’t just getting the viewpoint of homeschooling from the experts, it’s the families who are in the thick of it right now–

Rick:

Yeah.

Yvette Hampton:

–those who have just started, those who have graduated all of their kids, second generation homeschoolers. We’ve really tried to get a really broad range of that. So, for the Kickstarter we’ve had a whole lot of people say, “Well, let’s grab the homeschool community to come alongside of you and help fund the rest of post-production.” And we’ve got all of our people lined up waiting on the sidelines. We’ve already chosen a composer, and a colorist, and editor, and people like that, who we need in order to help finish the movie. But we’re working on raising the rest of the money that we need in order to get that done.

Garrett Hampton:

Yeah. And the truth is now it’s really time for the community to come together because we’ve run out of our resources and we’ve tapped our sponsors out. And we’re very close to having the movie done, but there is still an amount that needs to be raised through that kickstarter. So, we’ve been blessed to have people come behind us and it’s off to a pretty good start. We’re definitely going to have a long way to go, but we have a little time. But this is the time now for the community to come together and make it happen.

Rick:

Well, let’s talk about why they would want to do that other than you give away all kinds of cool gifts, and copies, and things like that, when they sponsor different levels. But just in terms of– I’m thinking of it from the perspective of most homeschoolers are always looking for some way to explain to their friend, or their cousin, or a lot of times even your parents, when you decide to homeschool and your parents are thinking you’ve lost your mind or whatever because it’s so foreign to them.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Right.

A Helpful Tool

Rick:

What an awesome tool this is going to be–

Garrett Hampton:

Yeah.

Rick:

–to be able to just hand that off and say, “Hey, look, I could tell you all my reasons. Watch this and then let’s talk about it.” Or to that friend at church that you know is in a difficult situation, or that kid at school is being bullied, or whatever is happening, and their public school is going off the deep end with the transgender thing, whatever the situation is.

Garrett Hampton:

Sure.

Rick:

Our listeners know. I know they’re identifying with this, I know they are, and they’re saying, “Yeah, a tool that I can hand to that family, or that couple, and say, ‘Hey, consider this as a solution to what you’re facing right now.’” That’s what struck me as soon as I saw this was that, look, this is not just something to sit down and watch, and enjoy, and be inspired for your own experience. This is going to be a tool in the homeschooling community. You said the word earlier, Garrett, but I feel like this is like becoming evangelists for the homeschool movement.

Obviously, we don’t mean that in terms of the Gospel, just like you said–

Garrett Hampton:

Sure.

The Movement Needed to Save Our Country

Rick:

But definitely in terms of being champions for a cause that, look, I’m not– this is not an exaggeration to say, this is the movement that is needed to save this country.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Yes.

Rick:

These kids in public schools are not getting the civics, they’re not getting the things they need to be patriots, to be good citizens, to keep our nation from going down the road to socialism, and all the things that we know are bad. The homeschool community is a critical part of this movement in raising up this this remnant of young leaders. I get to see these leaders, they come through Patriot Academy, and get to see the application of what’s happening here. It’s a critical thing. That’s how I see it. I don’t know– you all didn’t mention that to me. I hope I’m not too far off track on what I’m suggesting here.

Garrett Hampton:

No, that’s definitely our heart. We don’t just want to preach to the choir. We want to make the choir much much bigger because we do believe that homeschooling is such a great opportunity to train up leaders for tomorrow–

Rick:

Yeah, yeah.

Garrett Hampton:

Which are so desperately needed. The truth is, we really want to bless homeschool families hearts in that so many times they’re misunderstood or really even battled against by family and friends. And we want to put something in their hands that they can take to their mother, or their father, or their sister, and say, “Look, this is why we’re doing this. Take an hour and a half, watch this movie, and I hope you’ll get it.” And I really think we’ve done that well not. Not us personally, but we’ve had so many powerful stories that explain so clearly what the benefits, what the blessings, of homeschooling are.

Rick:

I love it. I love it. And that, Yvette, what you said earlier I wanted to come back to as well. Because part of what’s going to make it powerful in that regard are those interviews of, if I can say it this way, real people that are experiencing these things–

A Story Through Many Eyes

Yvette Hampton:

Yeah.

Rick:

Because you’re right – sometimes you see the– if they’re on the speaker circuit and whatnot you just think, “Oh, they’ve got it all together.”

Yvette Hampton:

Right.

Rick:

We all know that’s not true, but that’s typically the perspective.

Yvette Hampton:

Sure.

Rick:

So, they don’t necessarily think, “Well, if this person’s saying I can do it, they’re not really like me.” Whereas you’re interviewing these people that they’re going to be able to say, “That person is exactly like me. They’re able to do this. Maybe I can too.”

Yvette Hampton:

Yes. We’ve worked really hard to make it a story that is told through the eyes of so many people. But it tells the story of the millions of people who have homeschooled in the past, who are homeschooling now, and who are future homeschoolers. Because we really want that message to get out of this is really what homeschooling looks like, and give a very realistic picture of it, and encouragement as well.

If God is Calling You to Do This, He Will Help You!

Yvette Hampton

One of my favorite parts of what we’ve filmed is at the end of almost all of our interviews we’ll have the interviewee look straight into the camera and just give a word of encouragement and say, “You can do this. If God is calling you to do this, He will equip you with everything you need to be able to accomplish what He’s put on your heart.” And we’ve got the different audiences, we’ve got that audience of the, maybe skeptical in-laws, or siblings, friends, things like that. But our other audience that’s really important is those who are in the midst of it right now.

We often talk to homeschool parents who are just discouraged. They’ve been homeschooling maybe for even a few years and they’re overwhelmed, and they’re tired, and they don’t know if they can do it another day, much less another five or 10 years. So, we really want to encourage those parents as well.

So, it’s encouraging those whose kids are not yet homeschooled, encouraging the family and friends of those who are homeschooling, and then encouraging those who are in the midst of it right now and just giving them that encouragement. Just saying, “Stick with it. It’s going to be worth it in the end.” And we’ve got all of these great testimonies to show that it’s going to be worth it and you’re going to be okay.

Rick:

I love it. So good, so good. Super excited about this, guys. And now, let’s talk real quick – we’re out of time, but just where people can go, what’s the easiest way for them to search for this on Kickstarter. We’ll get the link today at WallBuildersLive.com for everybody who’s driving though that wants to just remember what to search for.

Garrett Hampton:

Sure.

Rick:

Schoolhouse Rocked? Is that the best way?

Garrett Hampton:

Yes, SchoolhouseRocked.com. And “Rocked” has an “ed” at the end. If they go to SchoolhouseRocked.com they’re going find our Kickstarter page.

Give Now!

Rick:

Alright. And listen, folks, the Kickstarter page, you can give a dollar, you can give as low as a dollar, you can give up to 10,000 and be an associate producer on this thing, or I guess that’s producer. But there’s everything in between. And the point is, I hope it has been made, is, look, to get good quality like this we have to go to the to the community. Because, unfortunately, the left controls the big dollars in Hollywood and we know that they have all the money they need–

Yvette Hampton:

Yep.

Rick:

–to produce the trash that’s brainwashing our children and doing all the things we don’t want. On our side, hey, we’ve got to go to the community to raise those dollars.

Yvette Hampton:

Right.

Rick:

And it frustrates me. I don’t know if it does y’all but we conservatives are so conservative. We don’t open up the wallet and say, “Hey, I’m going to invest some of my money where my values are.”

Yvette Hampton:

Yes.

Rick:

And here is a great opportunity to do that. So, Garrett and Yvette, thank you all. Thank you for doing the project.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Thank you so much. Thank you, Rick.

Rick:

Appreciate y’alls professionalism and just the quality with which you’re doing this and really looking forward to the finished product. We’ll have the link today at WallBuildersLive.com, so you can get over to the Kickstarter page or just go to SchoolhouseRocked.com. And we look forward to hearing back from you guys when the project’s ready to ship next year.

Garrett and Yvette Hampton:

Thank you. Thank you. It’s been a pleasure to be on.

Rick:

Stay with us, folks. We’ll be right back with David and Tim Barton.

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Rick:

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Rick:

Welcome back on WallBuilders Live. Special thanks to Garrett and Yvette Hampton for joining us today and for doing such great work on this new documentary, Schoolhouse Rocked. Be sure and visit that Kickstarter page today and be a part of this project. It’s a great way to help reform the education system in America in a positive way. By supporting homeschooling you’re not necessarily anti public school, you’re actually helping to improve the public schools by forcing, through the marketplace, forcing them to make positive changes. That’s what choice is all about, actually. It brings back in the market forces that will make the product better because of competition.

That’s What Choice is All About

Rick:

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Homeschool Movement – Schoolhouse Rocked Documentary

Rick:

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2018-10-03T08:20:03+00:00October 1st, 2018|Education & Schools|0 Comments

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