Children taught at home learn more

The Guardian newspaper reports that youngsters of all social classes do better if they avoid school

Nov 20, 2017
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As state education becomes increasingly unattractive to parents, whether it is because of the government’s panopticon approach to extending the progressive agenda or simply the much-reported decline in standards, this older article in Britain’s leading left-leaning newspaper bears scrutiny.

‘Home-educated children do better in conventional terms and in every other way too,’ said Paula Rothermel, a lecturer in learning in early childhood at the University of Durham, who spent three years conducting the survey. She said: ‘This study is the first evidence we have proving that home education is a huge benefit to large numbers of children. Society just assumes that school is best but because there have never been any comparative studies before this one, the assumption is baseless.’

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