African American families are finding home education helps their children thrive and find their gifts, especially for the young boys.
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It was at that time that his mother, Michelle Brown-Stafford, decided on homeschooling because, as cited in YG&B, “she and her husband had to keep track of him because he is an African American male, and we didn’t want to lose him and we didn’t want him to become a statistic.”
He was homeschooled up until the age of 9 where at this point he began to outpace his mother’s homeschooling in math and science.
Our young lad was even then studying literature from college textbooks. Upon reaching 11 where his mother became really challenged with teaching Algebra II, his parents decided to enroll him in Morehouse College to audit mathematics.
In his first class, College Algebra, he scored 105. His next course was precalculus where his grade was 99.