Support for mothers and fathers of color who have decided to homeschool their children.
Associations of Black Homeschoool Families
National Black Home Educators
We have assembled (and are continuing to search out) a few of the most treasured resources that we believe will build up the family.
A support group for mothers of color who have chosen not to work full-time outside of the home in order to devote more time to their families and communities.
National Black Home Educators
The goal of this organization is ultimately to see strong families with healthy parent child relationships. NBHE also desires to see every child provided with the excellent education they deserve. We believe that every child deserves a world class education.
Articles about Homeschooling Children of Color
3 Reasons why black people don’t homeschool
Blacks have a duty to honor achievements of the Civil Rights Movement. Black girls are raised to be self-sufficient. Blacks think private school is a good alternative.
For Some Black Parents, the New Home Room is Home
Public schools are failing black boys, say a growing number of parents who are homeschooling. Deion Terry Rhoden, P. Aurora Robinson and her son Tau Issa Robinson-Farrar holding class in Bread-Stuy, a Beford Stuyvesant cafê. By Chloe A. Hilliard, The Village Voice, April 8, 2008.
Fun Homeschool Mom
News and views on political, economic, legal and socio-cultural issues that impact homeschooling families. By Victoria Carrington, M.D., an African-American homeschooling mom and The Mom Coach. Freelance writer: parenting, mental health & inspirational speaker and workshop leader.
A Talk with Paula Penn-Nabrit on Homeschooling
Home-schooling is a radical step. What caused you and your husband to take your children out of school and take their education into their own hands?
Why more black parents are homeschooling their children
Black families have become one of the fastest-growing demographics in homeschooling, with black students making up an estimated 10 percent of the homeschooling population. They make up 16 percent of public school students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
Yes, Black People Homeschool Their Kids, Too
When we began this educational process, school was only 15 minutes per day. We hadn’t worked out all the kinks about which curriculum to start a 1.5 year old on, neither did we know if the process would succeed. We did know that this schooling option was being adopted by white families throughout North Carolina, where we lived at the time. Taking this step would steer our family in a beautiful path of learning, growth, and pioneering education for our race. By Athelda Ensley.
Events especially for Black Homeschool Families
Mocha Moms Network Calls
Mocha Moms announces frequent network calls on specific topics on this page.
Online Black Homeschoolers
This cypher is to unify the minds of those of us who educate our children in a way that reflects our Afrikan culture. Providing knowledge of self from antiquity until now is very empowering not only for the children, but for the entire family unit. Come and share your ideas methods, stories and experiences. Where there is unity there is strength.
It is our goal to inform African Americans of the dumbing down America is doing to our children in public school. We want to encourage you all to take a real look at failing public school education.
Support Groups for Families of Color
A Christian homeschool support fellowship established to strengthen and encourage the African-American homeschooling community in Memphis, Tennessee.
Families of Color Using Homeschooling
This is a group for Christian Families of Color who’ve opted to Home Educate their children. This is a HIGH volume email group, please take this into consideration prior to joining.
Minority Homeschoolers of Texas
Promotes homeschooling among minorities: Asians, African-Americans, Hispanics, Jews, Native Americans, and Anglos with adopted minority children.