How homeschoolers move from family room to college campus

Remmerde, Juniper C.
October 1997
Christian Science Monitor;10/6/97, Vol. 89 Issue 218, p12
Focuses on homeschool students attending public and private universities and colleges in the United States. Concern from parents and educators about how the students will adjust; Comments from Jonathan Reider, associate director of admissions at Stanford University in California and from David Illingworth, senior admissions officer at Harvard University in Massachusetts; How homeschool students like Emily and Amanda Bergson-Shilcock and James House feel they were prepared for college. INSET: So, how do homeschoolers apply?, by J.C.R..


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