It’s no secret that the number of homeschool families across America continues to increase steadily at an estimated rate of 2 – 10% per year, depending on the geographical location. CT is among the top ten states for rapidly growing numbers of families homeschooling. We are also one of the least regulated states; we do our job well and we’ve proven that regulations don’t equate homeschool success outcomes. You may find the following websites of interest in further understanding homeschool statistics.
Homeschooling Goes Mainstream
Homeschool versus Public School Statistics Infographic
This web blogger has compiled some very interesting statistics on homeschooling.
A Christian Pioneer of Homeschooling Looks to its Future
Article link here
Homeschooling Statistics – Arm Yourself With the Truth
“Whether I look at studies about academics, or whether I look at studies about socialization, or whether I look at university students that I have experienced that have been homeschooled, I find that homeschooling is the significantly superior approach to education for the vast majority of people.” Dr. Jay Wile, Ph.D.”
Want To Tell The State To Stick It ? Homeschool Your Kids
This is a very strongly stated opinion piece, published in 2013
Homeschooling Research & Scholarship