It is generally assumed that black families are big fans of public schooling, but that assumption is dated.
Do we have a bit of a double standard when the commitment to inclusivity is denied to homeschool students?
Homeschool kids do better on tests and in college... so why are some colleges making them jump through extra hoops in order to apply?
It's quite simple really.
School has nothing to do with freedom.
Is it time we put to rest the idea that homeschoolers are social outcasts?
Are parents shortchanging their abilities and their wallets by thinking they have to pay experts in order to foster that development in their child?
Four brief facts you should know.
Would more parents be better off simply conducting “preschool” at home?
According to an article in today’s Washington Post they may know a lot more than you realize…
As it turns out, teachers and homeschoolers may share some of the same critiques about today’s public education system.
"I got through public school, but it was never something I thought was an option for my children."