Our Director’s Board

Jim and Jube Dankworth
Since the late 1980s – at a time when the legality of home-schooling in Texas was far from settled – Jim and Jube Dankworth have home educated their 4 children. Jim and Jube now enjoy being the field trip grandparents to their home educated grandchildren. Speaking with thousands of home educating parents and seeing the needs of the community, the Dankworths are dedicating their time, talents and more than three decades of experience to training new leaders, and helping the Texas Home Educators continue to grow as a thriving, committed and vital organization

Damon and Jennifer Bennett
The Bennetts are second generation homeschoolers. Having both been homeschooled as children, they desired to homeschool their 5 children. Damon is an Aerospace Engineer, and has a love of teaching and mentoring. Jennifer is an entrepreneur/investor, managing their rental business while schooling 4 of their 5 children currently. They are involved in their local American Heritage Girls and Trail Life troops, and want to raise their children to follow the Lord’s leading and use their talents to make a difference in the lives of people in their community. Damon and Jennifer believe in the mission of Texas Home Educators to assist and facilitate the local and regional homeschool groups through servant leadership to assist homeschool families in their endeavors. We all need uplifting, encouragement, and opportunities for ourselves and our children. We believe T. H. E. can help bring awareness of those resources to the local families to help them grow.

Don and Nita Davidson
Nita and her husband Don of 31 years have homeschooled their four children for 25 years and are still homeschooling their youngest. Nita was a homeschool support group leader for 15 years and still spends much of her time encouraging parents in their home school journey.


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