Rachel Coleman’s Interview on KNX1070

Listen to Executive Director, Rachel Coleman’s interview with KNX1070 opposite Mike Smith of HSLDA. Transcript below: TRANSCRIPT BEGINS AT 00:16. CHARLES FELDMAN: Inspections: Would inspections have discovered the home in Perris where thirteen siblings were found in torturous conditions, not enough food, some chained to furniture? The house was a … Continue reading

NCES Data Points to Changing Homeschool Demographics

Every four years, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) conducts its National Household Education Survey. Beginning in 1999, the NCES has collected data on homeschooling as part of this survey. This data offers the most comprehensive statistical information we have on homeschooling in the United States. Last month, the … Continue reading

Fund Our Groundbreaking Homeschool Study!

There are an estimated two million children being homeschooled in the United States today—and researchers, policymakers, and educators have no idea how they’re doing. At a time when education is assessed and measured everywhere, homeschooled kids remain invisible: How are their math skills? Are they reading at the level of … Continue reading

Voice Your Support for CRHE!

We have recently added a new feature to our website—a new way for individuals supportive of our mission to voice that support and contribute to our efforts. Our Signatures section allows individuals—including homeschool alumni, homeschooling parents, and others—to show their support by adding their name and a brief message. As advocates … Continue reading

Statement Supporting Kentucky’s Decision to Track Homeschool Transfers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Homeschooling Should Not Be Used to Pad High School Graduation Rates Canton, Ma.—Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday recently announced that his department will begin tracking the number of high school students who withdraw to be homeschooled. The state raised its compulsory attendance age to 18 beginning in … Continue reading