Peabody Journal of Education special issue
Following is the table of contents of the articles and their authors:
Homeschooling Rising Into the Twenty-First Century: Editor's Introduction Brian D. Ray
Resisting the Status Quo: The Narratives of Black Homeschoolers in Metro-Atlanta and Metro-DC, by Cheryl Fields-Smith & Monica Wells Kisura
Homeschooling and the Question of Socialization Revisited, by Richard G. Medlin
Confrontation and Cooperation: The Complicated Relationship Between Homeschoolers and Public Schools, by Donna M. Johnson
Reflections on a Decade of Changes in Homeschooling and the Homeschooled Into Higher Education, by Gene W. Gloeckner & Paul Jones
Homeschooling Associated with Beneficial Learner and Societal Outcomes but Educators Do Not Promote It, by Brian D. Ray
Saving Democratic Education from Itself: Why We Need Homeschooling, by Perry L. Glanzer
Hostility or Indifference? The Marginalization of Homeschooling in the Education Profession, by Charles Howell
A Question of Resistance to Home Education and the Culture of School-Based Education, by Blane Després
Does Homeschooling “Work”? A Critique of the Empirical Claims and Agenda of Advocacy Organizations, by Christopher Lubienski, Tiffany Puckett & T. Jameson Brewer
Tolerance and Liberty: Answering the Academic Left's Challenge to Homeschooling Freedom, by Michael Farris
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