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Pivotal Conversations: The Homeschool Movement

Originally published by The Edvocate. Over the last two to three decades, the homeschooling movement has grown exponentially. What factors have led to this? Is it sustainable? Is homeschooling a viable means of educating your children? To gain more insight, I decided to interview John Edelson, CEO of Time for Learning, a leading homeschooling curriculum […]

January 17, 2022

Illinois homeschooling on the rise

Originally published by Axios Chicago. National Public Radio recently reported that public school enrollment across the nation continues to decline. Why it matters: This includes the loss of 10,000 students at Chicago Public Schools this year after losing 14,000 the previous school year. Researchers told NPR that some parents are delaying pre-K and kindergarten enrollment, […]

January 4, 2022

12,000 students leave Broward Schools as pandemic continues

Originally published by About 12,000 students have left the Broward County school system in the past 18 months, moving to other districts, private schools, home-schooling — or just missing without explanation. The drop surprised school officials who expected enrollment to rise as students returned to buildings after months of learning remotely during the COVID-19 […]

September 19, 2021

12,000 estudiantes abandonan las escuelas de Broward mientras continúa la pandemia

Publicado originalmente por Aproximadamente 12,000 estudiantes han abandonado el sistema escolar del condado de Broward en los últimos 18 meses, mudándose a otros distritos, escuelas privadas, educación en el hogar, o simplemente han dejado de ir a la escuela sin dar explicación. La caída sorprendió a los funcionarios escolares que esperaban que la inscripción […]

September 19, 2021

Mom says she decided to homeschool her daughters due to health concerns

Originally published by UNION COUNTY, N.C. — North Carolina students and families are signing up for homeschooling in numbers never before seen in the state. In 2021, the North Carolina Department of Administration estimated 179,900 students were enrolled in homeschool, a major increase from 2019’s 142,037, which was the last full school year uninterrupted […]

September 17, 2021

Parents choosing homeschooling due to pandemic

Originally published by SPARTANBURG, S.C. — The pandemic has resulted in some parents choosing to homeschool their children for the first time. According to the company Time4Learning, which provides online education services for homeschooling parents, its Facebook page for families had 20,157 members in August 2019. The page had 42,521 members as of August […]

September 8, 2021

How much does it cost to homeschool kids?

Originally published by Taking a hands-on approach with a child’s education at home comes at a cost. Luckily, there are many online resources available that provide families information for homeschooling success. “The good news about homeschooling is that it doesn’t have to be expensive, and you don’t have to compromise on educational quality to […]

September 7, 2021

Seminole County family switches to homeschooling because of Delta variant

Originally published by SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Class is going to look a lot different for Cameron Martins this school year. The 10-year-old was supposed to start 5th grade at a Seminole County private school on Monday. But instead, his mom Erin made a last-minute switch and enrolled him into an online homeschooling program […]

August 13, 2021

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