A fascinating look at the development of homeschooling in the United States, from 1600 to 2008! Beginning with domestic education in the British colonies, Gaither sets the movement within the broader context of American history. His lively discussion includes such key topics as social networks, entrepreneurialism, the public influence of female domesticity, and homeschooling's future. 284 pages, softcover from Macmillan.
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