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Homeschool politics.

["Winning Back Homeschoolers," January; winning-back-homeschoolers.aspx] Back in 2002, I was involved in a similar project in southern Ohio (Scioto County). We targeted only homeschool students and had 60 enrolled by the time school was scheduled to start. Then local politics kicked in. Other schools were concerned that our school would start recruiting homeschoolers to play sports on our sports teams, and by the time they were finished, our school board had caved in and canceled the program. I'm glad that someone was able to do this and make it work. Wish it could have happened eight years ago.

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Publication:T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)
Date:Feb 1, 2010
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