Homeschooling allows more creativity in the way the curriculum is delivered.
Homeschooling can be worth it if parents or guardians who choose to educate their children this way know the challenges. Here are the three main ones.
International research suggests homeschooled students’ achievements are as good, if not better, than those of their schooled peers.
Do homeschooled children miss out on quality education from trained teachers? Research says no – homeschooled students do just as well, if not better, than those who go to school.
U.S. chess grandmaster Fabiano Caruana is set to vie for the world title.
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For Fabiano Caruana, the path to the world chess championship veered away from formal schooling. FAMU professor and chess writer Daaim Shabazz retraces the young grandmaster's educational journey.
Suzi Ailes, right, and Kris Smith study schoolwork for SusQ-Cyber Charter School in their home in Milton, Pennsylvania.
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What Betsy DeVos, an advocate of school-choice initiatives and President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for education secretary, as well as the rest of us need to know about cyber charter schools.
Homeschooling is a growing trend in America. Children learning at Woodlands Nature Station in Kentucky.
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The number of homeschoolers in America is growing. Who are these new homeschoolers and what's the impact on the public school system?
What struggles do black families face over the summer?
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Summer is not an idyllic time for all. Two researchers who are black and are parents to two black children describe why they feel the weight of the summer.
Should states test homeschoolers?
Homeschooling regulations vary from state to state. And loopholes in these regulations could excuse parents from actually reporting the results.
When Mum is the teacher.
Children educated at home by their parents are not on a register, nor subject to an annual visit.
Does homeschooling make children share the religious beliefs of their parents?
Conservative religious families turn to homeschooling as a way to ensure that their children will grow up to be like them. Does it work?
Homeschooling for black children is increasing.
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A scholar finds black parents are homeschooling kids to protect them from racism and what they see as a Eurocentric education.
Who disagrees with mom today?
When it comes to the topic of conservative Christian home schooling, the term “politically tolerant” usually doesn’t spring to mind. Even while the home schooling phenomenon continues to grow and diversify…