Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research
Dissatisfaction with the public schools has prompted a growing number of p.arents to teach their children at home. DespIte the fact that public education and homeschooling have a common purpose--to educate our nation's children in the best way possible--the groups are isolated in their efforts. And yet, ironically, by working separately the two have developed many of the same ideas, goals, and methods, although no comparative study of the two has been made until now.
Patterson, Dana, "Home Schooling and Kera: Comparison of Themes and Development" (1995). Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects. Paper 214.