Join Date: Jul 2007
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
|Coming under the umbrella of home education, unschooling is legal in every state, though some regulate it more than others. The only common requirement is that students meet compulsory attendance rules.
In states with the most permissive regulations — many of them in the Midwest, including Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan and Nebraska — the idea of unschooling has flourished in recent years, with families forming online communities, neighborhood-based support groups and social networks for their children...
...Only 25 states have testing or evaluation requirements for home-schoolers, so it is difficult for researchers to get a representative sample of students to even begin to answer their most basic questions about unschooling. And among home-schoolers, unschoolers bristle the most at the thought of standardized testing.
|46 members and 15,396 guests|
|AshleeSheree , bananabee , BlessedMommy , Dakotacakes , delightedbutterfly , Dovenoir , emmy526 , Eric Hargrave , happy-mama , hkerr , Janeen0225 , japonica , JElaineB , Jessica765 , katelove , Katherine73 , lilmissgiggles , LionessMom , Lydia08 , mama24-7 , mamabear0314 , marsupial-mom , Michele123 , Mirzam , momster , moominmamma , NomadMom9753 , rachieface , riicha , RollerCoasterMama , Saladd , samaxtics , sarrahlnorris , shantimama , Shmootzi , Socks , Springshowers , sren , stephalittle , t2009 , zebra15 , zoeyzoo|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 12:21 PM.|