Homeschooling in the 21st Century
How to Homeschool in the 21st Century (For All Types of Parents & Kids)
In 2019, it was estimated that 1.7 million children were being homeschooled in the U.S, roughly 3.3% of all school-aged children.Although this may not sound like a big portion of the population, the growth rate of homeschooling has been 7 to15% per year for the last two decades.
The burgeoning numbers are not a coincidence. There are tremendous benefits to homeschooling, including one-on-one teaching, adaptability to individual needs and learning styles, a safe learning environment, encouraging learning for knowledge rather than grades, and tailoring a curriculum to the child’s interests.
Is homeschooling something that you have been considering for your family? With all of the tools and resources available for homeschoolers in the 21st century, it may be easier than you think.
Video: 1_WHY TO START HOMESCHOOLING: Introduction to 21st Century Homeschooling PODCAST #1
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