Black families boost ranks of home-schoolers
The living room of Sonya Wright’s East End home looks as if it were plucked out of a public school.
Flanked by two computers and shelves laden with books and art supplies, Wright’s son, niece and nephews are studying the poetry of Langston Hughes. They sit in wooden desks brightly spray-painted in hues of gold, green, red and blue.
The children wear a uniform of blue jeans and red shirt with “Home School 2002” embroidered on the pocket. Read more…