REVIEW OF "SCHOOLING IN PRIVATE: A STUDY OF HOME EDUCATION" BY JANE VAN GALEN
Van Galen employed the qualitative research techniques of participant observation, open ended interviewing, and document analysis to study her subjects. Her goal was to describe "the norms, values, beliefs and actions of the various actors and groups who are involved in the home-schooling issue".
Brian D. Ray, HSR Volume 3 Number 2, June 1987
THE FRONTIER OF EDUCATIONAL FREEDOM: HOME SCHOOLING
The following will touch briefly on some of the factors that have stimulated the growth of home schooling and which will have abearing on its future.
SAM B. PEAVEY, HSR Volume 3 Number 2, June 1987
REVIEW OF "AN OVERVIEW OF HOME INSTRUCTION BY PATRICIA M. LINES
By its very definition, an overview purports to provide a general survey of the topic in hand. As such, Patricia Lines provides a very credible and seemingly objective view of the home schooling movement.
J. Gary Knowles, HSR Volume 3 Number 2, June 1987
PRESENTING: MARALEE MAYBERRY
Presenting Maralee Mayberry.
MARALEE MAYBERRY, HSR Volume 3 Number 2, June 1987