“By the late 1960s, it is reported that there were between 10,000 to 15,000 homeschooled children. By the 1980s, the homeschooling movement grew because Christian schools were being shut down due to new tax regulations, but homeschooling was illegal in 30 states. …”
This week I wrote about the history of American Homeschooling over at the Prime Parent’s Club. You can read the rest of this post here.
*Also sharing this post at Women Living Well and Raising Homemakers.
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