The popularity of home education is growing. From 2007 to 2013, the number of students who were homeschooled increased 17%, according to National Center for Education Statistics Report. A little over 2.2 million children are educated at home, cites the National Home Education Research Institute. An article from Breitbart.com, from March 2014, discusses parents withdrawing their kids from public school and choosing home education, due to their disenchantment with government programs such as common core. Studies have shown that homeschoolers test better than public students as well. Above all else, parent get to spend more time with their children.
There are pros and cons to being educated at home, but the general consensus is that homeschooling your child can be very positive for the child's growth.
The purpose of this audiobook is to answer likely questions one would ask, in deciding whether their child (or children) be homeschooled or not.
The chapters are:
Am I authorized to homeschool my child?
Advantages of homeschooling
Home instruction sources - a brief outline
How expensive can homeschooling be?
Homeschool laws - what you need to know.
Homeschooling concepts and philosophies
Homeschooling vs. unschooling
Plan your own home schooling curriculum
Frequent questions about homeschooling
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