Is Homeschooling Just “a Good Choice” or Something More?
Why Homeschooling Might be the Best for Your Child
By: Brian D. Ray, Ph.D.
President of the National Home Education Research Institute
Maybe you have heard something like this factual tidbit: Homeschool students score 15 to 30 percentile points higher on achievement tests, on average, than their public-school peers. It’s been cited in countless news stories online and in print, in interviews, legislative hearings, and court cases. But where do these statistics and other facts come from? They have been surveyed, compiled, and/or reviewed by NHERI over the past three decades. Check out the research at https://www.nheri.org/research-facts-on-homeschooling/
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