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.

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