Flashback: Mums and Their Tykes Learning Together

Flashback: Mums and Their Tykes Learning Together [1] Brian…

A Brief Review of “Home-Schooled Children are Thinner, Leaner, and Report Better Diets …” by Cardel et al.

PERSPECTIVES – News and Comments1 A Brief Review of “Home-Schooled…

A Brief Review of “Taking Children’s Interests Seriously” by Fineman

Brian D. Ray National Home Education Research Institute, Salem,…

Social Skills: A Comparison Study


Social Skills of Home Schooled and Conventionally Schooled Children: A Comparison Study 

Addresses the socialization issue regading the home educated through the use of a social-skill measure that examined parents’ perceptions of their children’s social skills. The purpose of this research was to determine whether home-educated children’s social skills differ from those of a paired comparison group of conventionally schooled children.


David J. Francis, Psy.D., and Timothy Z. Keith, Ph.D., Volume 16, No. 1, 2004, p. 15-24