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Comparing Two Forms of Public Schooling: What Relevance to Homeschooling?

Comparing Two Forms of Public Schooling: What Relevance to Homeschooling? The…

Big Growth in Homeschooling Indicated This “School Year”

Big Growth in Homeschooling Indicated This “School Year” The…

Homeschool Support Groups: A Model for Parental Involvement in Education

Homeschool Support Groups: A Model for Parental Involvement…

A Systematic Review of the Empirical Research on Selected Aspects of Homeschooling as a School Choice

A systematic review of the empirical research on selected aspects…

Homeschooling Growth Nationwide: Multiple Data Points Indicate a Continued Increase through 2016

Homeschooling Growth Nationwide: Multiple Data Points Indicate…

Self-Esteem and Home Schooling Socialization Research: A Work in Progress

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Challenges current thinking about the influence of self-esteem in home and conventional schools, presents problems with self-esteem as a measure of appropriate socialization by examining the history of this construct, reviewing empirical research on the subject, and noting the methodological concerns that accompany the use of this construct in research, and reviews the use of self-esteem within the home schooling literature
David J. Francis, Psy.D., and Timothy Z. Keith, Ph.D., Volume 14, No. 3, 2000, p. 1-9
 

 
 

AN ANALYSIS OF HOME EDUCATION RESEARCH AND RESEARCHERS

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The research reported in this article was designed to update current knowledge about home education and related policy matters by examining a specific area that is infrequently a target of inquiry--the content and direction of research on home education..

Gregory J. Cizek, Ph.D. and Brian D. Ray, Ph.D., Vol. 11, No. 2, 1995, p. 1-9