A few months ago I reviewed the very important results of the Cardus Education Survey as they related to homeschooling. The findings weren’t pretty. Homeschoolers in the survey didn’t do well academically, failed at marriage, have checked out of politics, and feel that their lives are adrift.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Believers, Cardus Education Survey, Closed Communion, ideologues, Inclusives, Industrial Revolution, Jane van Galen, Jedd Medefind, Mitchell Stevens, Open Communion, pedagogues, Rachel Medefind on March 22, 2012 | 5 Comments »
Posted in Curriculum, History of Homeschooling, Politics of homeschooling, tagged Ball State University, Believers, Closed Communion, Cybercharter, DCCHC, Delaware County, Delaware County Christian Homeschool Association, Delaware County Christian Homeschool Connection, Ethnography, Helen Lynd, HSLDA, ideologues, Inclusives, Indiana, Indiana School Law, Jane van Galen, John Holt, Mazanec v. North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation, Middletown, Mitchell Stevens, Muncie, Open Communion, pedagogues, Pragmatics, Rachel Coleman, Raymond Moore, Rob Kunzman, Robert Lynd, unschooling on May 24, 2010 | 8 Comments »
This post reviews Rachel E. Coleman, “Ideologues: Pedagogues, Pragmatics: A Case Study of the Homeschool Community in Delaware County, Indiana” (M.A. Thesis: Ball State University, 2010).
Rachel Coleman, a reader of this blog, graciously sent me a copy of her Master’s Thesis she just defended this month at Ball State University. It’s wonderful. In this post I’ll summarize it and stress its main contributions to our knowledge about homeschooling. (more…)