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Luis Huerta Says Homeschooling has Grown 30 Percent in 10 Years

The growth of online charter schools and online education in public schools could redefine homeschooling, professor Huerta says. While the academic progress of Arizona's homeschooled students is not tracked, he said home education that is publicly funded should be better-monitored by state government agencies.
The growth of online charter schools and online education in public schools could redefine homeschooling, professor Huerta says. While the academic progress of Arizona’s homeschooled students is not tracked, he said home education that is publicly funded should be better-monitored by state government agencies.

LINK: Thousands in Arizona children are being homeschooled

Published Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2011

Luis Huerta Says Homeschooling has Grown 30 Percent in 10 Years

The growth of online charter schools and online education in public schools could redefine homeschooling, professor Huerta says. While the academic progress of Arizona’s homeschooled students is not tracked, he said home education that is publicly funded should be better-monitored by state government agencies.

LINK: Thousands in Arizona children are being homeschooled
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