Did any of you read this?
It's really long, but interesting. It's written by someone who was homeschooled for part of her childhood in the 1970's.
I loved this part: In her article, my mother laid out the basic tenets of her approach to educating us. “They work at their own pace,” she wrote. “They have no assignments to complete. . . . I am not teaching the children. I am permitting them to learn.”
This was also interesting: 83 percent of parents who home-school their children — nearly two million children are now taught at home — do so out of “a desire to provide religious or moral instruction.”
Mostly it's her reflecting on being homeschooled, entering traditional education, and where all the kids have ended up.