Home Schooling: Education Outside the Box

Rowntree, Suzannah
June 2012
Quadrant Magazine;Jun2012, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p74
The article reports on the issue of home schooling in Australia. It cites a report from the Australian Christian Home Schooling that there are over 10,000 Australian children registered for home education. It mentions that the Victoria Parliament has passed the game-changing Education and Training Reform Act which improves participation of the government. It notes that many registered home educators have said the government has a role in overseeing the education.


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