https://www.nheri.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/logo-new-nheri.png 0 0 Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. https://www.nheri.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/logo-new-nheri.png Brian D. Ray, Ph.D.2007-04-10 15:48:532019-08-16 23:13:02An Analysis of Homeschooled and Non-Homeschooled Students’ Performance on an ACT Mathematics Test
An Analysis of Homeschooled and Non-Homeschooled Students’ Performance on an ACT Mathematics Test
The current study does not try to establish any comparison between public school students’ results on ACT and their homeschooled counterparts. Rather the goal was to take homeschooled students and compare their test results to the group of all other students. It is true that the second group results will be largely influenced by public school students’ results. But it is also true that the second group includes students who do not belong to public education (i.e., private schools). Simply put, the goal of this study was to compare homeschooled students to everybody else, with regard to their scores on an ACT mathematics achievement test.
Basil Qaqish, Ph.D., Volume 17, Number 2, p. 1-12