Worldwide Guide to Homeschooling: Facts and Stats on the Benefits of Home School

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Broadman & Holman, 2005 - Education - 214 pages
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Worldwide Guide to Homeschooling presents an analysis of the status of homeschooling worldwide, with a focus on the United States. Written for a broad audience, this book offers clearly distilled facts, statistics, general information, and personal profiles of homeschoolers. Parents who are considering the benefits of homeschooling will find discussion and information in this book to help them make that decision. Curious journalists and other media persons, policy makers, legislators, professional educators, and doubtful grandparents can use it to understand homeschoolers and the homeschool movement. Marketing strategists can use the information in the book to reach the growing homeschool community. Researchers and homeschool leaders may also use this edition to stay up-to-date on the international homeschool movement.

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An excellent guide to all the STATS about home schooling. If you are new to home schooling and want to decide if you want to try it or not, this is the book to begin with! Read full review

Contents

How Homeschooling Affects
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How Homeschooling Affects Society
104
Which Approach to Homeschooling?
137
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About the author (2005)

Brian D. Ray is the president of the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) and founding editor of the academic journal Home School Researcher. He has published numerous journal articles and books, been repeatedly interviewed by major media, served as an expert witness in court cases on homeschooling.

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