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3 Big myths people still believe about homeschooling

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Theresa Civantos Barber - published on 06/03/22

As a homeschool mom, I’m ready to see these three falsehoods about homeschooling get debunked!

Homeschooling was once considered a little odd. Only 3.3 percent of American kids were homeschooled, so homeschooled kids were a rare sighting.

But the pandemic changed all that. The number of homeschooled kids skyrocketed to about 11.1 percent nationwide.

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