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From Homeschool to Harvard
Harvard’s homeschooled students say growing up outside of a traditional school system was an opportunity for them to be flexible and self-driven.
Here’s how homeschooling is changing in America
I have seen how diverse homeschoolers now are. This diversity challenges any simplistic understanding of what homeschooling is and what impact it will have on the public school system.
Homeschooled children have higher graduation rates, more social prowess
Of homeschooled children, 66.7 percent have been found to graduate from a four-year college, whereas those who went to a public school had a 57.5 percent graduation rate.
CDC Says Early School Day Is Bad for Kids. Is Homeschool the Answer?
National Black Home Educators Forge a Path to Success
Homeschooling is one of the fastest growing forms of education in the United States. According to the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI), about 2.2 million students are homeschooled in the United States — a number that has steadily increased since the 1970s.
The new faces of homeschooling: 3 families, 3 different approaches
Three families across the country who represent the changing faces of homeschooling opened their doors to “GMA” to give a firsthand look at what their lives are like as homeschooling families.
Homeschooling is the smartest way to teach kids in the 21st century
In my opinion, the traditional school atmosphere is not the real world at all.
What changed this teacher’s mind about home schooling
In the past 15 years, I’ve known of over a dozen home-schooled students in my college freshman and sophomore classes. All were competent in social interaction, and all had already developed their own methods of inquiry for independent learning.
Homeschool Grad Nicole Frazer to Clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Before her term with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia begins, Nicole Frazer ’15 is clerking for Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Columbus, Ohio.
Military Families Turn to Homeschooling
Homeschooling is becoming more common, and studies suggest that military parents are more likely to homeschool their kids.
There’s a new path to Harvard and it’s not in a classroom
While homeschoolers might still live on the margins of the US education system the leading research suggests the education they receive is second-to-none.
RESEARCH FACTS ON HOMESCHOOLING
2.3 million home-educated students in the United States
Homeschooling: Why families are opting out of public education
There are more homeschooled children in North Carolina than those who attend private school.
8 Homeschooled Tech Entrepreneurs that You Need to Know
Do you know that the founder of all your favorite apps – WhatsApp, Instagram and Tumblr – are homeschooled?
Top universities want you to homeschool
It’s not that top universities are telling people directly to homeschool their kids. Instead, top schools are using a selection process that gives homeschooled kids a huge advantage.