Homeschooling in New View Bruce S. Cooper, Ph.D., Editor – This, a full-scale edited book, is a reader that describes, discusses and analyzes homeschooling from an array of different and international perspectives. The diverse authors portray the energy of this movement in this volume, looking at the history of “education writ large,” in a larger social, political and religious context, one for placing homeschooling in perspective. The homeschool movement is both a proactive new direction in education that stands on its own and it is a reaction to the problems and inadequacies of existing schools and schooling paradigms. This is the newest (as of 2016) scholarly book on home-based education (homeschooling), but written with a wide audience in mind. It includes chapters on a variety of topics and from diverse perspectives by Bruce S. Cooper, Brian D. Ray, Donald A. Erickson, Charles D. Glenn, Tom Smedley, Michael W. Apple, Nicky Hardenbergh, Rob Reich, Venus L. Taylor, Scott L. Somerville, Steven L. Duvall, and Clive R. Belfield. (paperback, 2016)
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