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"Teaching Children at Home." Time, 4 December 1978.

"Court Approves Mother Pulling Son from School." Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada, 2 August 1979.

"Plowboy Interview: John Holt: Teach Your Own Children...at Home." Mother Earth News, July/August (1980), 11-16.

"When Parents Ask: 'Who Needs School?'." U.S. News & World Report, 22 September 1980, 47.

"Home Schooling: An Idea Whose Time Has Returned." Human Events, 44, No. 37 (1984), 12-14.

"Education at Home: A showdown in Texas." Newsweek, 25 March 1985, 87.

"Home Schooling." National Association of State Boards of Education, June 1988.

"Classless Society." Economist, 331, No. 7867 (1994), 24-27.

"Should Physical Education Be Required for Home-Schooled Children?" Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance, 68 (1997), 10-13.

"Home Schooling and Students with Disabilities." Quick Turn Around Project Forum, edited by National Association of State Directors of Special Education, Alexandria, VA: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (1998).

"Learning Round the Kitchen Table." Economist, No. 347, 6 June 1998, 28-30.

"From Home to Harvard." Time, 156, 11 September 2000, 55.

"Home Schooling: A Viable Alternative for Students with Special Needs?" CEC Today, 7, No. 1 (2000), 1, 5, 10, 15.

"Bad News for White Supremacists: Home-Schooled Blacks Do Just as Well as Home-Schooled Whites on Standardized Tests." The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 28, No. summer (2000), 53-54.

"Home Works." Wall Street Journal, 6 June 2000, A26.

"ERO Reviews of Homeschooled Students." Wellington, New Zealand: Education Review Office (2001).

"Innovative Programs and Home Schooling to Meet the Needs of Gifted and Talented Students." Roeper Review, 24, No. 4 (2002), 184-185.

"Admissions Officers Wing It with Home-Schooled Applicants." Enrollment Management Report, 7, No. 10, 18 December 2003.

"Doing It at Home." Economist, 366, No. 8312, 2 February 2003, 30-31.

"Dreaming of spires." Economist, 370, No. 8364 (2004), 32-33.

"Home-schooling: George Bush's secret army." Economist, 370, No. 8364 (2004), 33.

"Home Education Study: Report of Findings." Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Board of Studies (2004).

"Home Schools Are Becoming More Popular Among Blacks." New York Times, 11 December 2005, 52.

"Giving Proper Credit to Home-Schooled." Washington Post, No. B1, 11 June 2007.

"Giving Up On School: One Family's Story." Education Canada, 47, No. 3 (2007), 38-42.

"Homeschool Victory." Wall Street Journal, 16 August 2008, A10.

"Kitchen-Classroom Conservatives." Economist, 392, No. 8643 (2009), 26-27.

"Britain: An Inspector Calls." Economist, 393, No. 8654, 24 October 2009, 38.

"Classes Apart." Economist, 394, No. 8868, 6 February 2010, 67.

"Local Authorities and Home Education." Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services, and Skills (Ofsted), No. 090267, June 2010.

"Autonomy or Regulation of Schools." DICE Report, Munich (2011).

"Education Inadequate at Many Children's Homes." Community Care, No. 1886, November 24 2011, 5.

Aasen, Susie Heumier. "New Followers of an Old Path -- Homeschoolers." The Journal for Quality & Participation, 32, No. 4 (2010), 12-14.

Abbott, Myles B., and Jennifer A. Miller. "What you need to learn about homeschooling." Contemporary Pediatrics, 23, No. 11 (2006), 48-58.

Abrom, Arthur W. C. "Pennsylvania's Superintendents: Current Thoughts on the State of Homeschooling." Widener University, Ed.D. (2009), 214.

Acker, Kathleen Ambruso, Mary W. Gray, Behzad Jalali, and Matthew Pascal. "Mathematics and Home Schooling ." Notices of the AMS, 59, No. 4 (2012), 513-521.

Adams, Alice Celia. "A comparative study of values among Christian school parents, Christian school teachers, and public school teachers." Georgia State University, Ph.D. (1983), 158.

Adams, Blair. Who Owns the Children? Public Compulsion, Private Responsibility and the Dilemma of Ultimate Authority, Waco, TX: Truth Forum (1991).

Adams, Don C., and Shannon R. Purdy. "Children's Perceptions of The Home Schooling Experiences." Home School Researcher, 12, No. 3 (1996), 1-8.

Adams, Phillip Timothy. "Public School / Home School Partnership: A Study of the Home School Community in Maricopa County." Arizona State University, Ed.D. (1992), 199.

Ahmed, Farah. "Tarbiyah for shakhsiyah (Educating for Identity): Seeking Out Culturally Coherent Pedagogy for Muslim Children in Britain." Compare, 42, No. 5 (2012), 725-749.

Aiex, Nola Kortner. "Home Schooling and Socialization of Children." ERIC Digest, edited by Educational Resources Information Center, No. ED372460 (1994).

Aiex, Patrick K. "Home Schooling, Socialization, and Creativity in Children." No. ED 367 040 (1994).

Aizenman, Nurith C. "Blacks in Prince George's Join Home-Schooling Trend." Washington Post, Washington, D.C., 19 October 2000, A1.

Alarcon, Paul A. "Recognizing and Regulating Home Schooling in California: Balancing Parental and State Interests in Education." Chapman Law Review, 13 (2010), 391-416.

Albert, David H. Homeschooling and the voyage of self-discovery: a journey of original seeking, Monroe, Me.: Common Courage Press (2003), xii, 255 p.

Alexander, Kelly King. "Homeschooling: Is it right for you?" Parents, 75, No. 4 (2000), 114-120.

Alias, Norlidah, Mohd. Nazri Abdul Rahman, Saedah Siraj, and Ruslina Ibrahim. "A Model of Homeschooling Based on Technology in Malaysia." The Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology, 1, No. 3 (2013), 10-16.

Allan, Sonia, and Glenda Jackson. "The What, Whys and Wherefores of Home Education and its Regulation in Australia." International Journal of Law & Education, 15, No. 1 (2010), 55-77.

Allie-Carson, Jayn. "Structure and Interaction Patterns of Home School Families." Home School Researcher, 6, No. 3 (1990), 11-18.

Allis, Sam. "Schooling Kids at Home: A Controversial Movement Grows Bigger as Parents Revolt." Time, 136, No. 17 (1990), 84, 86.

Allwein, Timothy M. "Giving Districts Final Say on Home-Schoolers' Play." School Administrator, 60, No. 8 (2003), 40.

Altieri, Jennifer L. "From McGuffey Readers to Taking Notes on the Sermon: Literacy Experiences in a Catholic Home Schooling Group." Reading Horizons, 41, No. 2, November/December 2000, 105-116.

Altman, Mickey D. "Legal implications of home instruction with emphasis on the state of Washington." Washington State University, Ed.D. (1985), 181.

Alvord, Scott T. "Comparison of perceived social self-efficacy and self-esteem between home and traditionally educated college students." United States -- Oregon: George Fox University (2003).

Amsden, Diana Avery. "Two Generations of Home Schooling." The Mother Earth News, November/December 1980, 46-67.

Anderson, Brian C. "An A for Home Schooling." City Journal, No. summer (2000).

Anderson, Brian C. "Children Who Are Home Schooled Succeed Academically." Home Schooling, edited by Cindy Mur, San Diego, Calif.: Greenhaven Press (2003), 43-54.

Anderson, Jill J. "Bearing Olive Branches: A Case for School-Based and Home Educator Dialogue." Phi Delta Kappan, 87, No. 6 (2006), 468-472.

Anderson, Margaret. Tales from the table: Lovaas/ABA intervention with children on the autistic spectrum, Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (2007).

Andrade, Albert G. "An exploratory study of the role of technology in the rise of homeschooling." Ohio University, Ph.D. (2008), 202.

Angelis, Kristine L. "The evolving relationship between home schoolers and their local public schools." (1998).

Angelis, Kristine L. "Home Schooling: Are Partnerships Possible?" Department of Education University of Maryland, Ph.D. (2008), 183.

Anthony, Kenneth V. "Declarations of Independence: Home School Families' Perspectives on Education, the Common Good, and Diversity." Current Issues in Education, 16, No. 1 (2013).

Anthony, Kenneth V., and Susie Burroughs. "Making the Transition from Traditional to Home Schooling: Home School Family Motivations." Current Issues in Education, 13, No. 4 (2010), 1-33.

Anthony, Kenneth Vance. "Educational Counter Culture: Motivations, Instructional Approaches, Curriculum Choices, and Challenges of Home School Families." Mississippi State University, Ph.D. (2009), 284.

Anthony, Kenneth Vance, and Susie Burroughs. "Day to Day Operations of Home School Families: Selecting from a Menu of Educational Choices to Meet Students' Individual Instructional Needs." International Education Studies, 5, No. 1 (2012), 1-17.

Apostoleris, Nicholas H. "An Interdisciplinary Investigation of Home Schooling." Wesleyan University, MA (1993).

Apostoleris, Nicholas Harry. "Children's love of learning: Home schooling and intrinsic motivation for learning." Clark University, Ph.D. (2000).

Appea, Pamela. "Teach your children well: African American homeschoolers." Africana.com (2001).

Apple, Michael W. "The Cultural Politics of Home Schooling." PJE. Peabody Journal of Education Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 75, No. 1/2 (2000), 256-271.

Apple, Michael W. "Away with all teachers: The cultural politics of home schooling." Pedagogy of Place: Seeing Space as Cultural Education, edited by David M. Callejo Perez;Stephen M. Fain;Judith J. Slater, New York: Peter Lang Publishing (2003), 149-173.

Apple, Michael W. "Away with all the teachers: The cultural politics of homeschooling." Home Schooling in Full View: A Reader, edited by Bruce S. Cooper, Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing (2005), 75-95.

Apple, Michael W. "Education and Godly Technology." Social Analysis Berghahn Books, 50, No. 3, Winter 2006, 19-37.

Apple, Michael W. "The Complexities of Black Home Schooling." Teachers College Record, 21 December 2006 2006.

Apple, Michael W. Educating the "right" way: markets, standards, God, and inequality, New York: Routledge (2006), xxiii, 347 p.

Apple, Michael W. "Who Needs Teacher Education? Gender, Technology, and the Work of Home Schooling." Teacher Education Quarterly, 34, No. 2 (2007), 111-130.

Apple, Michael W. "Gender, Religion, and the Work of Homeschooling." Gender, Religion and Education in a Chaotic Postmodern World, edited by Zehavit Gross;Lynn Davis;Al-Khansaa Diab, New York: Springer (2013), 21-39.

Arai, A. Bruce. "Homeschooling and the Redefinition of Citizenship." Education Policy Analysis Archives, 7, No. 27 (1999).

Arai, A. Bruce. "Reasons for Home Schooling in Canada." Canadian Journal of Education , 25, No. 3 (2000), 204-217.

Archer, Jeff. "Unexplored Territory." Education Week, 19, No. 15 (1999), 22-25.

Archer, Jeff. "Home study." Teacher Magazine, 11, No. 5 (1999), 18-20.

Archer, Jeff. "Doing It Their Own Way." Unesco Courier, June 2000.

Armon, Joan. "Is Homeschooling for Everyone?" Mothering, No. summer (1982), 85-88.

Armstrong, Thomas. "Dumb and Dumber: The Concept of "Learning Disabilities"." Paths of Learning Psychology Press / Holistic Education Press, No. 19, Winter 2004, 8-14.

Arons, Stephen. "Is educating your own child a crime?" Saturday Review, 5, No. 29 (1978), 16-20.

Arons, Stephen. "Value conflict between American families and American schools." (1981), 146.

Arons, Stephen. Compelling belief: the culture of American schooling, Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press (1986), xii, 228 p.

Arora, Tiny. "Elective home education and special educational needs." Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 6, No. 1, Mar 2006, 55-66.

Arora, Tiny C. M. J. "School-Aged Children who are Educated at Home by their Parents: Is there a role for educational psychologists?" Educational Psychology in Practice, 19, No. 2, Jun 2003, 103-112.

Ashford, Rebecca. "Home school vs. other applicants to postsecondary institutions: Admission policies and in-depth analysis." United States -- Florida: University of Central Florida (2005).

Aso, Kumiko. "A case study of the drop out problem in Japan and homeschooling as a possible policy response." United States -- Minnesota: University of Minnesota (2006).

Atkinson, Mary, Kerry Martin, Dick Downing, Jennie Harland, Sally Kendall, and Richard White. "Support for Children Who Are Educated at Home." Slough, UK: National Foundation for Educational Research (2007).

Audain, Tanya. "Home Education: The Third Option." The Canadian School Executive, April 1987.

Aurini, Janice, and Scott Davies. "Choice without Markets: Homeschooling in the Context of Private Education." British Journal of Sociology of Education British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26, No. 4 (2005), 461-474.

Avner, Jane A. "Home schoolers: A forgotten clientele?" School Library Journal, 35, No. 11 (1989), 29-33.

Avner, Jane Adashko. "Information needs and information seeking behavior as a factor in the educational program of home schooled children: A qualitative study of five families educating at home." University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D. (1992), 116.

Babbitt, David R. "A Selected Investigation of Reasons Given for Choosing Home Schooling as an Alternate Educational System Within the State of Iowa." University of South Dakota, Ed.D. (1991), 163.

Bach, Laura J. "For God or Grades? States Imposing Fewer Requirements on Religious Home Schoolers and the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment." Valparaiso University Law Review, 38 (2004), 1337-1398.

Bachman, Jennifer. "STEM Learning Activity among Home-Educating Families." Oregon State University, Ph.D. (2011), 525.

Badman, Graham. "Report to the Secretary of State on the Review of Elective Home Education in England." London: The Stationery Office, 11 June 2009.

Baez, Benjamin, and Susan Talburt. "Governing for Responsibility and with Love: Parents and Children Between Home and School." Educational Theory, 58, No. 1 (2008), 25-43.

Bagwell, Jack N. "The Academic Success of Homeschooled Students in a South Carolina Technical College." University of Nebraska, Ph.D. (2010), 162.

Baker, John S., Jr. "Parent-Centered Education." Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, & Public Policy, 3 (1987), 535-561.

Baker, Russel Ken. "Physical Education in the Home School." University of Georgia, Ph.D. (1999), 131.

Balmer, Randall. "Homeschooling Endangers Democracy." Homeschooling, edited by Heidi Williams, Detroit: Greenhaven Press (2007), 16-24.

Balwit, Grace Agnes. "Learning from Home: One Family's Story of Literacy Acquisition in Their Home-School Environment." University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. (1997), 165.

Bamo, Richard Joseph. "The Selection Process and Performance of Former Home-Schooled Students at Pennsylvania's Four-Year Colleges and Universities." Lehigh University, Ed.D. (2003), 253.

Banks, Kathy. Real Home School, Visalia, CA: 5 Point Publishing (1999).

Bannier, Betsy J. "Home Schooling and Developmental Education: Learning from Each Other." Research & Teaching in Developmental Education, 23, No. 2 (2007), 62-68.

Barfield, Rhonda. Real-life homeschooling: the stories of 21 families who make it work, New York: Fireside (2002), xi, 306 p.

Barna Group, The. "Home school families have different backgrounds than commonly assumed." Ventura, CA 20 August 2001.

Barnebey, Leslie Faulkner. "American university admission requirements for home schooled applicants, in 1984." Brigham Young University, Ed.D. (1986), 188.

Barnett, Tyler. "Pulling Back the Curtains: Undetected Child Abuse and the Need for Increased Regulation of Home Schools in Missouri." Brigham Young University Education & Law Journal, 2013 (2013), 341-356.

Barratt-Peacock, John. "The Why and How of Australian Home Education." Bundoora, Victoria, Australia: LaTrobe University (1997).

Barratt-Peacock, John. "Australian Home Education: A Model." Evaluation & Research in Education Multilingual Matters, 17, No. 2/3 (2003), 101-111.

Barrett, Bradley K. "Why We Welcome Home Schoolers." School Administrator, 60, No. 1 (2003), 30-31.

Barrett, Bradley K. "Homeschool Partnerships Benefit Public Schools and Families." Homeschooling, edited by Heidi Williams, Detroit: Greenhaven Press (2007), 48-52.

Barrett, Nanette. "Education Source Book: The State Legislators' Guide for Reform." Washington, D.C.: American Legislative Exchange Council, No. ED253939 (1985), 84.

Barson, Leslie. "Communities of Practice and Home Education (HE) Support Groups." Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association, University of Manchester, 16-18 September 2004.

Barson, Leslie Safran. Learner-Managed Learning and Home Education: A European Perspective, Nottingham, UK: Educational Heretics Press (2006).

Bartel, Daniel J. "The Christian Home School Movement and the Traditional Church." Covenant Theological Seminary, D.Min. (1998).

Bartholomew, Khianna. "Avoiding Implicit Acceptance of Bigotry: An Argument for Standardized Testing of Homeschooled Children." Cornell Law Review, No. 92 (2007), 1177-1199.

Barwegen, Laura Mezzano, Nancy K. Falciani, S. Junlah Putnam, Megan B. Reamer, and Esther E. Stair. "Academic achievement of homeschool and public school students and student perception of parent involvement." School Community Journal, 14, No. 1, Spr-Sum 2004, 39-58.

Barz, Jonathan M. "Turning Our Hearts Toward Home(-Schoolers)." Lutheran Education, 135, No. 3 (2000), 122-123.

Basham, Patrick. "Home Schooling: From the Extreme to the Mainstream." Public Policy Sources, Vancouver, BC: Fraser Institute (2001).

Basham, Patrick, John Merrifield, and Claudia R. Hepburn. "Home Schooling: From the Extreme to the Mainstream." Studies in Education Policy, Vancouver, BC: Fraser Institute (2007).

Basso, Anne. "More Regulation or Oversight of Education Is Not Needed." Homeschooling, edited by Myra Immell, Detroit: Greenhaven Press (2009), 109-113.

Bates, Richard. ""Education Otherwise": The LEA's Role in Home Education." Berkshire, UK: National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, February 1996.

Bates, Vernon L. "Motivation and Resource Mobilization in the New Christian Right Home Schooling Movement." Home School Researcher, 6, No. 1 (1990), 1-11.

Bates, Vernon L. "Lobbying for the Lord: The New Christian Right Home-Schooling Movement and Grassroots Lobbying." Review of Religious Research Religious Research Association Inc., 33, No. 1 (1991), 3-17.

Batista, Paul J., and Lance C. Hatfield. "Learn at Home, Play at School: A State-by-State Examination of Legislation, Litigation and Athletic Association Rules Governing Public School Athletic Participation by Homeschool Students." Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 15 (2005), 213-265.

Batterbee, Dennis J. "The relationship between parent-child interactive systems and creativity in home schooled children." United States International University, Ph.D. (1992), 164.

Batterbee, Gayla C. "The relationship of parent-child interactive systems to cognitive attributes in the home schooled child." United States International University, Ph.D. (1992), 170.

Baugus, Brian D. "An Economic Theory of Homeschooling." George Mason University, Ph.D. (2009), 205.

Bauman, Kurt J. "Home Schooling in the United States: Trends and Characteristics." U.S. Census Bureau, No. Working Paper Series No. 53 (2001).

Bauman, Kurt J. "Home schooling in the United States: Trends and characteristics." Education Policy Analysis Archives, 10, No. 26 (2002).

Baxter, Teri Dobbins. "Private Oppression: How Laws that Protect Privacy Can Lead to Oppression." Kansas Law Review, 58, No. 2 (2010), 415-471.

Beato, Greg. "Homeschooling Alone." Reason, 36, No. 11, April 2005, 32-40.

Beaven, Claudia C. "Living and learning: A phenomenological study of home education." University of Michigan, Ph.D. (1990), 298.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Education Renewing Small-Scale Education in Norway." EERA Conference, Lille, France, 5-8 September 2001.

Beck, Christian W. "Alternative Education and Home Schooling in Norway." Childhood Education, 77 (2001), 356-359.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Schooling and Future Education in Norway." European Education M.E. Sharpe Inc., 34, No. 2, Summer 2002, 26.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Education in Northern Europe." CESE Conference, University of London, 13-19 July 2002.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Education: Globalization Otherwise?" Managing Global Transitions, 4, No. 3 (2006), 249-259.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Education: Motives, Numbers and Social Integration: A Mirror of Educational Politics?" Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift, 3 (2006), 191-204.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Education and Social Integration." Critical Social Studies, No. 2 (2008), 59-69.

Beck, Christian W. "The Decline of Modern Schooling and the Emergence of a New Civic Sector of Education." He-Tof: Home Education Colloquium and Festival, 23-25 May 2008.

Beck, Christian W. "Home Education: The Social Motivation." International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 3, No. 1 (2010), 71-81.

Beck, Christian W., and Thomas Spiegler. "Introduction to Special Issue: Out of School Education." International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 3, No. 1 (2010), 1-3.

Beckstrom, Darryn Cathryn. "Balancing Civic Values and Parents' Free Exercise Rights." Gonzaga Law Review, 45 (2010), 149-188.

Beinart, Peter. "Home (School) Improvement." Time, 152, 26 October 1998, 6.

Belanger, Jerry. "Home Sweet Homestead...for School and for Work." Countryside and Small Stock Journal, 74, No. 2 (1990), 4.

Belfield, Clive R. "The Characteristics of Home-Schoolers Who Take the SAT." New York: National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, Teachers College (2002).

Belfield, Clive R. "Home-Schooling in the US." New York: National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, Teachers College, No. Occasional Paper No. 88 (2004).

Belfield, Clive R. "Democratic Education Across School Types: Evidence for the U.S. from NHES99." Education Policy Analysis Archives, 12, No. 43 (2004).

Belfield, Clive R. "Modeling school choice: A comparison of public, private-independent, private-religious and home-schooled students." Education Policy Analysis Archives, 12, No. 30 (2004).

Belfield, Clive R. "How Many Home-Schoolers Are There?" National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education (2004).

Belfield, Clive R. "Home-schoolers: How well do they perform on the SAT for college admission?" Home Schooling in Full View: A Reader, edited by Bruce S. Cooper, Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing (2005), 167-177.

Belfield, Clive R., and Henry M. Levin. Privatizing Educational Choice: Consequences for Parents, Schools, and Public Policy, Boulder, CO: Paradigm (2005).

Bell, Debra. "The Challenges of Home Schooling." Home Schooling, edited by Cindy Mur, San Diego, Calif.: Greenhaven Press (2003), 26-34.

Bell, Debra A. "Types of Home Schools and Need-Support for Achievement Motivation." Temple University, Ph.D. (2013).

Bellina, Loretta. "Homeschool families, public schools and the superintendent: An analysis of interactions in New Jersey and Pennsylvania." United States -- New York: Fordham University (2005).

Belluck, Pam. "Life After Home Schooling." New York Times, 1 November 1998, 26.

Benning, Victoria. "Home-Schooling's Mass Appeal: More Catholics Turn Away from Public, Parochial Options." Washington Post, 20 January 1997, B1.

Benning, Victoria. "Home-Schoolers at School? Fairfax Considers Allowing Course Enrollment." Washington Post, 17 July 1998, C1.

Benson, Reed Amussen. "The development of a home school." Brigham Young University, Ed.D. (1981), 196.

Berends, Kerrie P. "Physical education for home schooled individuals with autism spectrum disorders: Perceptions of parents and professionals." United States -- Texas: Texas Woman's University (2006).

Berg, Thomas C. "State Religious Freedom Statutes in Private and Public Education." U.C. Davis Law Review, 32 (1999), 531-572.

Berger, Eugenia Hepworth. "Home Schooling." Early Childhood Education Journal Springer Science & Business Media B.V., 24, No. 3 (1997), 205-208.

Bergstrom, Sara Stewart. "Family Law Corner: Is Home Schooling for Your Client?" Orange County Lawyer, 45 (2003), 43-52.

Bertozzi, Vanessa. "Unschooling Media: Participatory Practices among Progressive Homeschoolers." Comparative Media Studies Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA (2006).

Beshoner, E. Alice Law. "Home Education in America: Parental Rights Reasserted." UMKC Review, 49, No. 2 (1981), 191-206.

Bielick, Stacey, and Christopher Chapman. "Trends in the Use of School Choice: 1993 to 1999." Edited by United States Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics (2003).

Bielick, Stacey, Kathryn Chandler, and Stephen Broughman. "Homeschooling in the United States: 1999." Edited by United States Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics (2001).

Bielick, Stacey, Lina Guzman, Astrid Atienza, and Andrew Rivers. "Using a Seeded Sample to Measure Response among Homeschooling Households." Survey Practice, 2, No. 9 (2009), 1-8.

Billups, Andrea. "Home-School Movement Goes Global." Washington Times, 19 September 2000.

Birch, Abbie Jane. "A Latter-day Saint home education: Passing on a goodly heritage." Brigham Young University, Ph.D. (1994), 608.

Bishop, Celia. "Home schooling parent support groups in Kansas: A naturalistic inquiry into their concerns and functions." Kansas State University, Ph.D. (1991), 194.

Bishop, Celia. "Home Schooling Parent Support Groups in Kansas: A Naturalistic Inquiry into Their Concerns and Functions." Home School Researcher, 7, No. 2 (1991), 11-16.

Bjorklun, Eugene C. "Home Schooled Students: Access to Public School Extracurricular Activities." Education Law Reporter, 5, No. 3 (1996), 543-554.

Blacker, D. "Fanaticism and schooling in the democratic state." American Journal of Education, 106, No. 2, Feb 1998, 241-272.

Blacker, D. "Proceduralism and the orthodox backlash against students' rights." American Journal of Education, 108, No. 4, Aug 2000, 318-355.

Blair, Julie. "College Admissions Adapts to Students Taught at Home." Education Week, 19, No. 29, 29 March 2000, 5.

Blair, Julie. "New College Set to Welcome Home-Schooled Students in the Fall." Education Week, 19, No. 29, 29 March 2000, 5.

Blankenship, Cheryl. "Is Today a Homeschool Day at the Library?" Public Libraries, 47, No. 3, May-June 2008, 24-26.

Blat-Gimeno, Jose. "Should We Abolish the Schooling of Children?" Prospects, 2, No. 4, winter 1972, 442-444.

Bliss, Barbara A. "Home Education: A Look at Current Practices." Michigan State University, No. ED304233 (1989).

Blok, Henk. "Performance in Home Schooling: An Argument against Compulsory Schooling in the Netherlands." International Review of Education International Review of Education, 50, No. 1 (2004), 39.

Blok, Henk, and Sjoerd Karsten. "Inspection of Home Education in European Countries." European Journal of Education, 46, No. 1 (2011), 138-152.

Blokhuis, Jason C. "Parens Patriae: A Comparative Legal Study of Sovereign Authority and Public Education Policy in the Province of Ontario and the State of New York." University of Rochester, Ph.D. (2009).

Blokhuis, Jason C. "Whose Custody Is It, Anyway?: 'Homeschooling' from a Parens Patriae Perspective." Theory and Research in Education, 8, No. 2 (2010), 199-222.

Bloodworth, Robert Harrison. "A Legal History of Home Schooling in North Carolina." University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ed.D. (1991), 241.

Blumenfeld, Samuel L. "Why Homeschooling Is Important for America." Vital Speeches of the Day, 61, No. 24 (1995), 763-766.

Blumenfeld, Samuel L. "Home Schooling Is Vital to America." Home Schooling, edited by Cindy Mur, San Diego, Calif.: Greenhaven Press (2003), 70-79.

Blumenthal, Max. "The Nightmare of Christianity." The Nation, 9 September 2009.

Bogner, Frank John. "Home school students and the IHSA: An analysis of current suburban Chicago high school policy." United States -- Illinois: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2006).

Bohon, Dave. "School at Home or Homeschooling?" The New American, 20 August 2012, 23-24.

Bolick, Clint. "The home schooling movement." The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty, 37, No. 3 (1987), 84-89.

Bolle, Mary Beth, Roger D. Wessel, and Thalia M. Mulvihill. "Transitional Experiences of First-Year College Students Who Were Homeschooled." Journal of College Student Development Journal of College Student Development, 48, No. 6ov-Dec (2007), 637.

Bolle-Brummond, Mary Beth, and Roger D. Wessel. "Homeschooled Students in College: Background Influences, College Integration, and Environmental Pull Factors." Journal of Research in Education, 22, No. 1 (2012), 223-249.

Boothe, James W., Leo H. Bradley, T. Michael Flick, and Susanne P. Kirk. "No Place Like Home." American School Board Journal, 184 (1997), 8-41.

Borja, Rhea R. "Oregon Mulls Relaxing Test Mandate for Home Schoolers." Education Week, 22, No. 33, 30 April 2003, 26.

Boschee, Bonni F. "A profile of home schooling in South Dakota." United States -- South Dakota: University of South Dakota (2006).

Boss, Judy, and Kathy Boss. "Are mandatory school attendance laws inherently unjust?" The Educational Forum, 58, No. 3 (1994), 264-275.

Botha, Marie. "The Most Common Stressors Experienced by Home-Educators." University of Johannesburg, MA (2005).

Bouchard, Kimberly. "Homeschooling and Reading Difficulties: Parents Learning How to Teach Their Child Who Struggles with Reading." Capella University, Ph.D. (2011), 206.

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