Geography of Home Education
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So - Why Do You Homeschool?

So - Why Do You Homeschool? | Geography of Home Education | Scoop.it
Readers can put the facts about homeschooling at their fingertips with this research-packed, easy-to-read resource. Written for homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers alike, this informative guide responds to over 70 questions about home education.
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This book is mostly available online here for free. It gives an overview of one woman's responses to many common questions and concerns about homeschooling, including who homeschools and why.

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The numbers of homeschooled kids is growing, making tracking them difficult

The numbers of homeschooled kids is growing, making tracking them difficult | Geography of Home Education | Scoop.it
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Children's geographies and education geographies are large and growing fields, but few studies have been done on the geography of home educated children. Given that homeschoolers are a growing slice of the population in North America, and given the sometimes controversial nature of this educational path, this gap in the research is significant and should be filled.

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