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Ray, Brian D. – Journal of College Admission, 2004
Experience and anecdotes have led many people to believe that homeschool parents were either move-to-the-country anarchist goat-herders, or right-wing Bible-thumpers, and their children were either mathematically-limited, due to Mama's fear of math, or child prodigies in rocket-science who were unthinkably socially hindered. Although one can find…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Home Schooling, Academic Achievement, Stereotypes
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Callaway, Sean – Journal of College Admission, 2004
Because homeschooled students often enter higher education appearing to be traditionally-educated high school students, due to differing state regulations and the accreditation status of different homeschool programs, and because related records are not kept, it is difficult to know how many enter postsecondary education every year. Current…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Federal Aid, Home Schooling, High School Students