Homeschooling and College

“A good college match really comes down to finding a campus with bright students that are interacting with a teaching faculty. The faculty should be interested in student learning and will supplement their classroom teaching with relevant collaborative experiences and internships that allow students to test their classroom knowledge in real-life situations. The faculty should think of themselves as orchestrators rather than performers, guiding thought and encouraging excellence as they interact with students. The college should offer innovative internship programs, study-abroad programs and programs that connect students to the institution’s alumni.”

From Helping Homeschoolers Go To College, by Barb Henry, from the May/June 1999 Home Education Magazine. Read the article online, free, at the link.

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