Monthly Archives: April 2016

DOES IT REALLY MATTER IF THE ODD KID DIES?: A Look at the Death of Dylan Seabridge

Record: Chris Waterman, “Does it really matter if the odd kid dies?” in Education Journal 256 (2016): 15-19. [Abstract] Summary: Waterman is the former Executive Director of the Association of Directors of Children’s Services (ADCS). In this article he addresses the death of Dylan Seabridge, … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL LITERACY: Comparison between Public School, Christian School, and Homeschooled Students

Record: Tricia Wright, “Comparing the Financial Literacy of Public School, Christian School, and Homeschooled Students” in Journal of Research on Christian Education 25, no. 1 (2016): 56-75. [Abstract] Summary: Wright is the founder of Elite Educational Services, Inc. and completed this study while in the Ed.D. program … Continue reading

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PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING ABOUT HOMESCHOOLING: Turkey

Record: Hünkar Korkmaz and Güler Duman, “Public understanding about homeschooling: A preliminary study” in Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences 116 (2014): 3891-3897. [Abstract] Summary: Korkmaz and Duman are from the faculty of education at Akdeniz University in Antalya, Turkey. In this article they discuss the findings of … Continue reading

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HOMESCHOOLING IN CHINESE MAINLAND: Parents’ Perspectives

Record: Junya Zhao and Mastura Badzis, “Parents’ Perspectives on Homeschooling in Chinese Mainland” in International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research 78 (2014): 17-21. [Article] Summary: Junya Zhao and Mastura Badzis are from the Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia. In this article they describe the … Continue reading

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