Posted in Homeschool Jurisprudence, Homeschool Law, International Homeschooling, tagged Amanda Petrie, Colin Koons, European Convention on Human RIghts, European Court of Human Rights, European Union, Homeschooling in England, Homeschooling in Germany, Konrad and Others v. Germany, Paula Rothermel, Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 6, 2011|
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This post reviews Colin Koons, “Education on the Home Front: Home Education in the European Union and the Need for Unified European Policy.” Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, 20, no. 1 (2010): 145-174.
Koons, a recent graduate from Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis, here explains the diversity of homeschooling law in various European countries and tries to figure out what the European Union’s legal paramaters would be for the practice.
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Posted in International Homeschooling, tagged Adolf Hitler, Friedensau Adventist University, German Homeschooling, Homeschooling in Germany, Raymond Moore, Rob Reich, Seventh Day Adventists, Theory and Research in Education, Thomas Spiegler on January 4, 2010|
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This post reviews Thomas Spiegler, “Why State Sanctions Fail to Deter Home Education: An Analysis of Home Education in Germany and its Implications for Home Education Policies” in Theory and Research in Education 7, no. 3 (November 2009): 297-309
This is the last post in a series I’ve devoted to the recent special issue of Theory and Research in Education, which was entirely about homeschooling [I didn’t review my own article]. Here Thomas Spiegler, a sociology professor at Friedensau Adventist University in Germany, draws some policy implications from his award-winning 2007 doctoral dissertation, which was the first ever study of homeschooling in Germany. (more…)
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