Homeschoolers outperform peers

Here’s a link to the original press release on the website of the organization that did this study.

Students who are home-schooled by parents with a low level of education are outperforming their public school system counterparts, according to a report released yesterday.
The Fraser Institute report, Home Schooling: From the Extreme to the Mainstream, found that even in cases where children were taught by a parent who didn’t finish high school, they still did better on academic tests than public school students whose parents had comparable education levels. Read more…

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