Home School Researcher
Home School Researcher (HSR) is a peer-reviewed, refereed, academic journal. This scholarly periodical was founded in 1985 as a quarterly publication that focuses on homeschooling research (or homeschool research). Topics covered are wide-ranging. In addition to the peer-reviewed research articles, editorials are included. Here you will find access to all back issues and the current issue.

A Book Review of Homeschooling: The History and Philosophy of a Controversial Practice by James Dwyer and Shawn Peters

A Book Review of Homeschooling: The History and Philosophy of…

Homeschool Support Groups: A Model for Parental Involvement in Education

Homeschool Support Groups: A Model for Parental Involvement…

Homeschoolers and Health

Effective Homeschool Programming for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

PERSPECTIVES – News and Comments1 Home School Researcher                                                                                           Volume…

Neither Banned, Nor Supported: Homeschooling in Hungary

Noémi Eggendorfer Eötvös…

Parents’ Perspectives on Flexischooling Their Autistic Children

Clare Lawrence Senior Lecturer in Teacher Development at Bishop…

Parent Perspectives: Curriculum and Homeschooling Approaches

Jesse Thomas Sharp Academy, Lubbock, Texas   Abstract There…

Brief Comments on “That Kind of Girl: Effects of Homeschooling on the Sexual Health of Women and Girls” by Vicry

Brief Comments on  “That Kind of Girl: Effects of Homeschooling…

University-Model Schools®: A Survey of Families in Five States

Eric Wearne Assistant Professor, School of Education, Georgia…