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.

SCHOOLS AS A CAUSE OF BEHAVIOR DISORDERS

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There are no “cure-all” programs in the schools today for children with behavior disorders. Some behavior problems may owe their very existence to the fact that there is such a thing as formal education.

Kathleen M. Knez, HSR Vol.1 No.2, June 1985

PRESENTING: ELLEN MOELLER

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Presenting Researcher Ellen Moeller.

Ellen Moeller, HSR Vol.1 No.2, June 1985

A CRITIQUE OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION OF JOHN HOLT, A HOME SCHOOL ADVOCATE

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"I believe Holt’s philosophy as presented in these arguments demands critical attention, not because it is likely to inaugurate a major home schooling movement, but because it represents and serves to popularize an emerging conservatism that, I will argue, has grave educational implications."

Brian D. Ray, HSR Vol.1 No.1, March 1985

PRESENTING: LINDA ANDERSON

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Presenting Researcher Linda Anderson.

Linda Anderson, HSR Vol.1 No.1, March 1985

MAKING HISTORY - Home School Researcher V. 1 No. 1, 1985

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A Introduction to Home School Researcher.

Brian D. Ray HSR Vol.1 No.1, March 1985