Homeschooling statistics, are they important? Did you know that in 2003, 2.2 percent of all student - about 1,096,000 - were homeschooled, up from 1.7 percent of students (850,000) in 1999?
Do you know the statistics on each of these families? I have researched these to help keep you informed.
This web page has information on homeschooling vs public school; number of students homeschooled, comparing homeschooling families with those of public and private school students, the statistics on violence in our public schools...
This may help to convince some people that this method of teaching is beneficial for some students as it is for our nine children!
- Homeschooling vs Public Schools Is Homeschooling a Better Solution? Can parents educate their children as well as the Public Schools?
These studies show that homeschooling vs public schools achievement testing outperform almost every time.
Many studies over the last few years have established the academic excellence of homeschooled children.
- What are the Statistics on Homeschooling? Are there concerns about violence, drugs, and negative peer pressure in our public schools?
As a homeschooling mom, I have the freedom to protect my children from these negative influences. Homeschooling vs the public school's environment is amazing!
- Homeschool Statistics to help answer the following questions! How popular is homeschooling? Why do families decide to homeschool? Are homeschoolers achieving at a better level than their public school peers? What about college?
- The cost of homeschooling a child compared to educating the child through the public school system is such a contrast in numbers that it is incredible!
In the District of Columbia...our nation's capital...the spending figure cited most commonly is $8,322 per child, but total spending is close to $25,000 per child!!
The cost of homeschooling vs the spending on the children in the public schools is an amazing amount considering I have 8 homeschooled children and have spent only $1500 for all 8 of them combined!!
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