Tag: Homeschooling

Apr 28
Portsmouth Home Educators’ Legal Action is Important for All Families, by Randall Hardy

Following the establishment of a state-controlled education system in England and…

Feb 09
Let’s change our minds about lockdown learning, and give kids a break, by Naomi Fisher

Naomi Fisher is a clinical psychologist and author.  Her book ‘Changing Our Minds; How…

Jan 28
Right to Education and the French Authoritarian Context

Three European organisations advocating human rights and freedom in education –…

Jan 08
Home Education Trends, Preliminary Report

By Wendy Charles-Warner, EducationOtherwise.org December 2020 This report examines…

Jan 07
Home-Education: Aims, Practices and Outcomes

By Paula Rothermel, University of Durham, 2002 Abstract This research explores the…

Dec 16
If it works don’t fix it. Leave Home Education alone as it works. Sort out the problems in schools, by Ian Cunningham

There is no need for a change in current arrangements for home education. The law on…

Dec 06
The gifts that home-schooling parents give their children, by Joe Atkinson

I’ve worked with families that home-school for a variety of reasons.  Some enforced…

Nov 30
Reaching out: when learning doesn’t look like school, by Rachel Evans

Recently there have been renewed concerns from the media and policy makers about home…

Nov 25
Going, going, gone. What the sudden rise in home education does (and doesn’t) tell us about the school system, by Anna Dusseau

Recruitment, retention, results. This was what I gathered from my first meeting on the…

Nov 17
The Case for Un-Learning, by Ross Mountney

You maybe don’t realise but in order to home educate successfully parents have…

Oct 21
Learning from the COVID-19 home-schooling experience: Listening to pupils, parents/carers and teachers

A report by Mari-Ana Jones (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and Sara…

Aug 31
20 Things I Learned About Homeschooling

Thinking about homeschooling your child? These 20 insights from Hand in Hand Parenting…