The Color of Homeschooling

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While families of color make up 41 percent of homeschoolers in America, little is known about the racial dimensions of this alternate form of education. Mahala Dyer Stewart explores why this percentage has grown exponentially in the past twenty years, and reveals how families’ schooling decisions are heavily shaped by race, class, and gender.

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