Month: April 2016

CRHE Internships, Summer 2016!

Last summer, we inaugurated our summer internship program. The project was a success, resulting in new infographics, innovative social media content, additional published state histories, progress on various research topics, and, ultimately, a new staff member! We are… Read More

Statement Regarding Colt Clark

For Immediate Release: Lax Homeschool Laws Implicated in Boy’s Disappearance Canton, Ma., 4/21/16—Ten years ago, nine-year-old Colt Clark was reported missing by his aunt and uncle, who alleged that he had run away. After a decade of unanswered questions,… Read More

Why We Have to Talk About Homeschooling and Child Abuse

In early March, HSLDA’s Scott Woodruff accused the media of “hurting the cause of child abuse reduction” by drawing attention to cases where parents have used homeschooling to hide abuse. In his piece, Woodruff writes that “experts in the… Read More

Adult Basic Education for the Educationally Neglected Homeschool Graduate

By Kierstyn Darkwater I have always wanted to go to college. I’ve always been a motivated learner, and the pseudo-classroom environments I occasionally had with other homeschoolers and parents armed with teacher’s guides were places I really enjoyed being… Read More