Public School Issues
Exploring Single Black Mothers' Resistance Through Homeschooling
This work looks at contemporary Black homeschooling as a form of resistance among single Black mothers, exploring each mother's experience and perspective in deciding to homeschool and developing their practice. It faces the many issues that plague the education of Black children in America, including discipline disproportionality, frequent special education referrals, low expectations in the classroom, and the marginalization of Black parents. Most importantly, this work challenges stereotypical characterizations of who homeschools and why.
A Different Kind of Teacher: Solving the Crisis of American Schooling
They're Your Kids: An Inspirational Journey from Self-Doubter to Home School Advocate
For many people, their schooling was uncomfortable, tedious, and sometimes a waste of time and energy. This book offers the idea that the public school system is tragically flawed and that we are able to do better for our own children. Sam Sorbo, mom of three and wife of actor Kevin Sorbo, took the leap into homeschooling and found the joy and success she was seeking. Included are strategies for working parents, those who are scared to take the leap, and anyone who wants the best for their children.
Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
The Exhausted School: Bending the Bars of Traditional Education
Concerns About Public Schools
Common Core: A Threat to Homeschoolers?
The Great American Textbook Scandal
Saving the Children
How Home Schooling Will Change Public Education
The Myth of Teacher Qualifications
Government Schooling Comes to America: The Origins of Government Schooling in the United States
Pulling Kids Out of Government Schools
The Case for Homeschooling
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