Posts Tagged ‘ education reform ’

Privatization of Education

Privatization of Education

HEM political analysts and homeschooling parents Larry and Susan Kaseman write about an important and timely topic in the current January-February issue of Home Education Magazine: Beware of Privatization of Education: It Reduces Our Homeschooling Freedoms: “Privatization of education means transferring taxpayers’ dollars designated for public education to private institutions, corporations, and/or individuals instead...
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What Is Homeschooling?

“The most common – and tragic – misunderstandings related to the questioning of these public school programs have always spiraled around the underlying intentions of those concerned about homeschooling freedoms. Accusations and attacks have derailed many discussions of the issue, and have repeatedly stymied attempts to hold meaningful conversations on the topic. As a...
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The schooling choice we love to hate

As concern heats up over education reform here and abroad this article from the Brisbane Times tackles the myths surrounding homeschooling and offers a larger view of the homeschooling community than generally seen. It is often derided as a ‘hippie’ alternative, but for many the decision to home school a child is the right...
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