Freeman

IN BRIEF

Homeschooling Has Broad Appeal

FEBRUARY 15, 2012

“Secular [homeschooling] organizations across the country report their numbers are growing. Though government records indicate religion is still the driving force in home schooling, members of these organizations say the face of home schooling is changing, not because of faith, but because of what parents see as shortcomings in public and private schools.” (USA Today)

The exodus broadens.

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