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5 Ways Moms Benefit From Homeschooling Their Kids
Michelle Maffei
While many debate the kid-centered advantages of homeschool, teaching your kids at home comes with a bundle of benefits for stay-at-home moms too. Discover five ways real moms benefit from homeschooling their kids.
Advantage of Homeschooling
Wondering what is the advantage of homeschooling? More parents are making the decision to home educate their children. The question is why? Are there real homeschooling benefits...OR...is this another one of the latest trends? Take a little time and read the following on the pros and cons of homeshooling to find out for yourself!
Advantages and Disadvantages of Home Schooling
An honest look at the good and the bad of homeschooling.
Benefits of Homeschooling
Why does homeschooling get rave reviews? Homeschooling brings families closer together, lets learning happen anywhere, anytime, and gives children the freedom to explore individual interests and tailored areas of study. Other benefits include allowing for shared learning experiences among siblings, exploring the world with field trips and learning adventures, and the opportunity to nurture and provide individual attention to your child.
Benefits of Homeschooling: How It Could Make Kids Smarter
Many parents choose to teach their children at home, instead of enrolling them and making them study within the formal settings of public or private schools. With homeschooling, the parents take full responsibility of their children’s education. It is intense parenting, as parents spend more time with their children, doing the hard work and having the patience to educate their kids. Mitchell Stevens, a Stanford professor who wrote Kingdom of Children, a history of homeschooling, reveals that homeschooling, which was used to be popular in rural areas, is now being practiced widely in America’s cities as well, with children of secular, highly educated professionals as students. Advances in digital learning and availability of resources over the internet also make homeschooling easier and more effective than ever.
Careful Study Finds Homeschool Advantage
Brian D. Ray, PhD
Reviews a carefully done study that uses a matched-pair design. This research shows that students in structured homeschooling academically outperform conventional-school students, and there is no evidence that the difference is simply due to the family’s income or the mother’s educational attainment.
Hackschooling Makes Me Happy: Logan LaPlante at TEDx
When 13 year-old Logan LaPlante grows up, he wants to be happy and healthy. He discusses how hacking his education is helping him achieve this goal.
Homeschooling: Back to the Future?
Isabel Lyman
Explore some of the history of the homeschooling movement, why some parents choose to homeschool, the basics of homeschooling, and more. The article includes some homeschooling statistics and demographic information. Also included is a discussion of the influences of Dr. Raymond Moore and John Holt on the emerging homeschool movement.
Nobel Prize Winners' Achievements Don't Prove School Is Good for Learners
Karl M. Bunday
One of the most laughable defenses of the government-operated school system, sure to come from the keyboard of hundreds of people who participate in on-line discussion of education policy, is the notion that Nobel Prize winners and other eminent persons prove the effectiveness of our school system. Well, what do the Nobel Prize winners themselves have to say about this? This articles includes some quotations by or about Nobel Prize winners, describing their views of school.
The 3 Biggest Social Benefits of Homeschooling
Alexandra Martinez
Without fail, telling someone you are homeschooling your children will promptly be followed by the question, "Aren't you worried about socialization?" Here are three social benefits to homeschooling.
The Benefits of Homeschooling: Top Ten Reasons for Homeschooling
Homeschoolers are often asked about why they homeschool. This veteran homeschoolers has come up with her top ten reasons for homeschooling: education, freedom, family and love, morals and values, independence, socialization, health, passion, creativity and imagination, and play.
the Pros and Cons of Homeschooling
Isabel Shaw
Homeschooling is becoming more popular every day, with a growth rate of 7 to 15 percent per year. There are about two million children currently learning at home. Homeschooled kids do well on standardized tests, are welcome at colleges and universities, and as adults, have a reputation for being self-directed learners and reliable employees. To help other parents who are considering homeschooling, here is a new list of pros and cons.
Why Homeschool
Here are just some of the advantages you might want to think about as you are considering a homeschooling lifestyle. This is only a partial list. Any homeschooling family could come up with more items for the list. We hope this list sparks your thought processes, and helps you with your decision.


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