The Natural Child Project Donate
 

Fifteen Years Later:
Home-Educated Canadian Adults
 By Deani A. Neven Van Pelt, Ph.D., Patricia A. Allison, M.Ed., and Derek J. Allison, Ph.D.
Study funded by Canadian Centre for Home Education 2009


First-generation Canadian graduates of homebased education, who were involved in the 1994 study of their homeschooling experiences, were invited to respond to a survey addressing their economic, educational, occupational, social, civic, life satisfaction, and lifestyle characteristics. Their views on their experience with home education were also collected. Where possible, responses were compared with extant information (from public sources) relating to their school-educated peers.

 
Read the full report (PDF)
 

Attachment Parenting Research
 
Share this page:
 
 
naturalchild.org is supported by:
boba - freedom together
Green Child Magazine - Your trusted resource for raising healthy, happy families since 2010. Explore & Learn Dover Books - Save 25% using code WHAJ. Offer ends 11/1/14.
Attachment Parenting International - Nurturing children for a compassionate world
...and by you! advertise
  
 

Children reflect the treatment they receive.

 
Your kind support makes our work possible.   Donate

 

All site content © 1996-2014 The Natural Child Project unless otherwise stated. Terms of use