A Brief History of American Homeschooling
Excerpted from Homeschoolers’ Success Stories: 15 Adults and 12 Young People Share the Impact That Homeschooling Has Made on Their Lives by Linda Dobson (Prima Publishing, (c) 2000.)
Homeschooling Research Notes
Homeschool: An American History author, Milton Gaither, writes about his process, and his errors. A good resource and contact for those researching the history of homeschooling.
Homeschoolers Are at Home at Harvard
Reed N. Colfax ’92 and J. Drew Colfax ’90
Published in The Crimson, Harvard’s publication. Reed and his brothers, J. Drew Colfax ’90 and Grant N. Colfax ’87, are among the approximately 500,000 students who are taught at home by their parents instead of attending regular schools.
A Homeschooler’s History
By Cheryl Seelhoff. A very human story.
Continuing articles, also in PDF format:
Part II: Influences,
Part III: 1990-1992,
Part IV: H.R. 6,
Part V: The Gentle Spirit Controversy, and
Part VI: 1995-1997.