North Carolina’s Home schooling slows Growth down, but option still popular

North Carolina’s runaway growth in home schools slowed this past school year, but their popularity siphoned away more students from Wake County and other public school districts.

In the 2002-03 school year, there were 26,422 registered home schools across the state, an increase of 2,513 from 2001-02, according to figures released Friday by the state Division of Non- Public Education. The 10.5 percent increase was the lowest gain since home schools were legalized in 1985. Read more…

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