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HYBRID HOMESCHOOLS: Why Parents Choose Them

Record: Eric Wearne, “A Descriptive Survey of Why Parents Choose Hybrid Homeschools.” Journal of School Choice, 10, No. 3 (2016): 364-380. [Abstract / Modified Version Available Here] Summary: Eric Wearne is Assistant Professor of Education at Georgia Gwinnett College. In this article he investigates … Continue reading

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THE ENCHANTED CHILD: Ambivalent Attachments in the Southwest

Record: Allahyari, Rebecca A. “Homeschooling the Enchanted Child: Ambivalent Attachments in the Domestic Southwest.” What Matters? Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age, edited by C. Bender and A. Taves, New York: Columbia University Press (2012), 179-214. [Description Here] … Continue reading

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U.S. HOMESCHOOLERS ON THE WORLD: Christian Soldiers & Downshifters

Allahyari, Rebecca A. “Christian Soldiers and Downshifters: U.S. Homeschoolers on the World.” The Practice of Altruism: Caring and Religion in Global Perspective, edited by R. L. F. Habito and K. Inaba, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2006), 141-163. … Continue reading

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