Homeschooling is about freedom

Bahr, Jennifer
October 2012
St. Charles Journal;10/10/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 41, pA10
The author talks about homeschooling versus public school education in the U.S., claiming that home-schooled students averaged better on high school and college admission tests than publicly-school students.


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