Evidence shows Secretary of Education’s concern for homeschoolers is misplaced

Numerous research studies uncovering the advantages of homeschooling have been conducted over several decades, indicating that among many benefits, homeschooled students tend to score higher on standardized tests, are better prepared for college and even get more sleep than their public school counterparts. Apparently, an increasing number of parents and guardians have taken note as…

Let’s attack illiteracy!

Photo by Talento Tec – Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education Only 34 percent of children in Georgia read on grade level by the end of third grade. Whenever I think of that abysmal stat, I do three things: I shake my head in disbelief. I say to myself, “I must have misread that…

Black on Black Education

Ginn Academy in Ohio, is proving that students who attend majority-minority schools can excel as evidenced by¬†its zero percent drop-out rate. The Black Home School reported on this success story. The research is clear. Students who attend¬†majority-minority schools typically face many odds. Despite the odds, I believe that when stakeholders, i.e. communities, central offices, school…