March 1998
Mothering;Mar/Apr98, Issue 87, p30
Presents a national study published in 1997 by the National Home Education Institute which found out that homeschoolers score in the 80th to 87th percentile on national achievement exams. Benefits from homeschooling according to the study; Percentage of homeschoolers who go to college as compared to public school students.


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