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Introduction 17 UNICEF (2013). Child well-being in rich countries A comparative overview. Innocenti Report Card 11. NICEF Office of Research. Wartes, J. (1990). ‘Recent results from the Washington homeschool research project’, Home School Researcher, 6(4), 1–7. Webb, J. (1999). No school – what a result. (Julie Webb talking about her new book, Those Unschooled Minds: home educated children grow up, published by Educational Heretics Press). The Independent. 19 August 1999. Welsh Government (2014).
Research on the academic success of Australian home educated students is limited, but the indications are that these students are successfully entering traditional school, tertiary institutions and the workforce with ease (Harding, 2006; Jackson, 2007, 2009; Thomas, 1998). School socialization was often viewed by home educating parents as same age interaction ‘en masse’ (Thomas, 1998) while vertical social interaction was valued by home educating parents because the children were encouraged to mix with people of all ages (Honeybone, 2000; Jackson, 2009).
Does learning at home work? The Independent. 25 November 25 1997. Part I Home Education: The Learning Process 1 Home Educating Parents: Martyrs or Pathmakers? Leslie Safran Barson Home educating one’s children will obviously have a major effect on the lives of parents. Parents have to make the initial decision to home educate, to take on the huge responsibility for their children’s education, to deal with authorities and to reorganize the family’s lives to incorporate new schedules, as well as reflect on whether it is the right decision.