Carnival of Homeschooling – A history of homeschooling in the US

Carnival of Homeschooling #239: Hosted this week by The Common Room.

Although a theme is not necessary to host the homeschooling carnival (I have hosted with no theme before), it can be fun. This week’s theme is a bit ambitious. It is… the history of homeschooling in America. Please understand this history is somewhat subjective and is in no way intended to be comprehensive.

For easier reading, I have tried to sort the posts into categories and have those category headings in boldface type. The homeschool history information will be italicized and in green, so I hope that makes it easier to read, and to skim ahead if you just wish to find the articles of interest to you. Read more…

One Reply to “Carnival of Homeschooling – A history of homeschooling in the US”

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed your concise history of homeschooling and will be recommending it to others. It’s important to know why we can homeschool now and how hard some others had to fight for it. Thanks!

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