Tag: college

Left in Limbo: Examining Kentucky’s 2018 Report on Homeschooling

In this post, CRHE’s Dr. Rachel Coleman reviews Homeschooling in Kentucky, a report published by the Kentucky Office of Education Accountability (OEA) in September, 2018. In November 2017, the Education Assessment and Accountability Review Subcommittee, a legislative committee… Read More

Should We Be Concerned about Low Homeschool SAT-Taking?

One of the homeschool lobby’s most touted claims is that homeschooled students score higher than public school students on the SAT. This claim, highlighted in a June 2016 news release by the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI),… Read More

Adult Basic Education for the Educationally Neglected Homeschool Graduate

By Kierstyn Darkwater I have always wanted to go to college. I’ve always been a motivated learner, and the pseudo-classroom environments I occasionally had with other homeschoolers and parents armed with teacher’s guides were places I really enjoyed being… Read More

Homeschooling Your College-Bound Child

By Christine Abrahams, Ed.D. Many families can be nervous to homeschool during the high school years for fear of their children not getting into college and the mystery and difficulty of choosing a curriculum. However, high school can be… Read More

So You Have a Deficient Homeschool Education. What Next?

If you were homeschooled, but have reached adulthood with a deficient education, you should know that this is not your fault—and that you are not alone. Don’t give up hope! You can get through this. Josh Powell reached adulthood… Read More