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The decision to homeschool is becoming increasingly popular among many Christian families. There are so many more blessings that go along with being the one who is fully in charge of not only parenting but also in educating a child. As difficult or isolating as homeschooling might seem, there is peace of mind in knowing that you are the one who can give your child the best educational start as opposed to depending on others who don't know your child the way you do. For many Christian homeschoolers, the choice to homeschool is rooted in the mindset that a child’s education should reflect, support, and become synchronized with their religious beliefs. The core of Christian homeschooling is the Word of God - the Bible, the source of foundational truth for living, working, marriage, and even rearing children.

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Many parents choose to teach their children at home, instead of enrolling them and making them study within the formal settings of public or private schools.  With homeschooling, the parents take full responsibility of their children’s education.  It is intense parenting, as parents spend more time with their children, doing the hard work and having the patience to educate their kids.

Mitchell Stevens, a Stanford professor who wrote Kingdom of Children, a history of homeschooling, reveals that homeschooling, which was used to be popular in rural areas, is now being practiced widely in America’s cities as well, with children of secular, highly educated professionals as students.  Advances in digital learning and availability of resources over the internet also make homeschooling easier and more effective than ever.

Parents cite these reasons on why they homeschool their children:

1. Can give child better education at home

2. Want to be aware of what the child is learning. Religious reasons – allow to teach faith in depth

3. Poor learning environment at school

4. Family reasons

5. Home atmosphere is more relaxed, and schedule can be tailored to child’s needs

6. To develop character/morality Evan Moor Homeschool Curriculum from

7. Object to what school teaches

8. School does not challenge child

9. Other problems with available schools

10. Student behavior problems at school

11. Child has special needs/disability

12. Transportation/convenience

13. Child not old enough to enter school

14. Child could not get into desired school

15. Enable family to travel

Many studies have found out that homeschooled students on average outperform their peers on standardized tests.   Another study from the National Home Education Research also found that homeschooled graduates are active and involved in their communities, are more involved in civic affairs, and more are “very happy” with life, compared to the general US population.

An article in the Journal of College Admission notes that homeschoolers’ ACT and SAT scores are higher than those of public school students, and home-educated college students perform as well as or better than traditionally educated students.

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