We at CRHE believe that good research helps promote good homeschooling. Research that is honest about exploring the strengths and weaknesses of homeschooling has the potential to help improve homeschooled students’ experiences. With this goal in mind, we offer critical analyses of prominent or interesting pieces of research on homeschooling.
A Highly Selective Sample (Ray 2003)
Virginia’s Religious Exemption (Ray 1994)
Correcting the Record (Rudner 1999)
Research with an Agenda (Ray 2010)
Cardus Education Survey (Pennings et al. 2011, 2012)
You may view this analysis as a webpage or as a pdf document (coming soon).