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  • April 18, 2017 at 5:47 am
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    Hi Tim,

    I’ve decided on doing a research on homeschooling families after seeing that previous research into the subject did not touch base on some of the simple concepts. This is the first international study that is trying to shed some light into homeschooler’s life.

    After 1500+ responses collected and tens of hours of work with collecting, analyzing and converting the data, I’ve managed to publish it a few days ago.

    The whole study is a downloadable PDF filled with 122 pages of information on the subject (graphs, statistics, and heartwarming stories). I would attach it to this email but it would only bounce back.

    You can find it live here:
    https://wisdom.ninja/homeschooling-research-2017/

    I’ve received support from some great influential people that homeschool. All of them helped me gather responses from their followers, after hearing about my initiative:
    Deb Chitwood from Living Montessori Now
    Crystal McClean from Castle View Academy
    Kelly George from Fearless Homeschool
    Tamara Kelly (president of Home Education Association Australia)
    Ana Willis from They Call Me Blessed
    Amy Dingmann from The Hmmmschooling Mom
    Amy Milcic from Rock Your Homeschool
    Michelle Cannon from Heart Of Michelle
    Lee Giles from Easy Peasy All In One Homeschool
    Kris Bales from Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
    Ann Zeise from A2Z Home’s Cool
    Lara Molettiere from Everyday Graces
    Jennifer Mackinnon from Practical by Default
    Sara from Happiness is Here
    Jolanthe Erb from Homeschool Creations
    Demetria Zinga from Christian Homeschool Moms
    Lee Binz from The Homescholar
    Heather Bowen from Life of a Homeschool Mom
    Misty Leask from Year Round Homeschooling
    Bonnie Way from Koala Mom Blog
    Purva Brown from The Classical Unschooler

    If you have a minute to spare, can you go over the report and tell me your sincere thoughts about it?

    Warm regards,
    Alex Cimpoca

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