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by Brian D. Ray

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Author: Brian D. Ray
ISBN: 0965755401
ISBN13: 978-0965755405
Language: English
Publisher: Natl Home Education Research Inst (April 1999)
Pages: 146
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Strengths of Their Own, Brian D. Ray's remarkable book about the home schooling movement, is must reading . Ray's remarkable book about the home schooling movement, is must reading for educators and policy-makers alike. The book is a perfectly spiced stew: it has everything. In Dr. Ray's Strengths of Their Own we find that parents who take personal responsibility for the education and socialization of their children reap a harvest of exceptional children who are well-prepared to lead this country into the next century. All parents who care and anyone with a stake in the issue of home education must read this book. Michael P. Farris, . President, Home School Legal Defense Association.

Strengths of Their Own – Home Schoolers Across America: Academic Achievement, Family Characteristics, and Longitudinal Traits by Dr. Brian Ray - This unique book is an engaging comprehensive report, on Dr. Ray’s largest-ever nationwide and longitudinal study, that includes. Ray’s largest-ever nationwide and longitudinal study, that includes statistics, analyses, and an evaluation of home education’s benefits to children, families, and society.

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How do Homeschoolers Score on Academic Achievement? Major nationwide studies and multiple smaller-scale studies are consistent in their findings that the home educated are performing above average in terms of academic achievement. Strengths of Their Own - Home Schoolers Across America: Academic Achievement, Family Characteristics, and Longitudinal Traits. 11. Ray, Brian D. (2004).

Strengths of their own-Home schoolers across America: Academic achievement, family characteristics, and longitudinal traits. Homeschooling grows up. Purcellville, VA: Home School Legal Defense Association. Homeschool progress report 2009: Academic achievement and demographics. B D Ray. Ray, B. D. (2009).

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Strengths of Their Own-Home Schoolers Across America: Academic Achievement, Family Characteristics, and Longitudinal Traits, Brian D. Ray, 1997 (book). Dr. Brian D. Ray collected data on 5,402 home school students from 1,657 families for the 1994–95 and 1995–96 academic years. Nearly 6,000 surveys were sent to home school families. Some surveys were mailed directly to fam-ilies (those randomly selected from numerous mailing lists and longitudinal participants from a 1990 study).

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Strengths of Their Own - Home Schoolers Across America: Academic Achievement, Family Characteristics, and Longitudinal Traits by Brian D. Ray (Paperback - 1999)
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"Strengths of Their Own, Brian D. Ray's remarkable book about the home schooling movement, is must reading for educators and policy-makers alike. ..... The book is a perfectly spiced stew: it has everything. Hard data ... Students' scores ... Statistical analysis ... Testing policies ... And wisdom the benefit of Dr. Ray's long, intense commitment and involvement with home education. [And] it's in the `strengths of home education' section of Strengths of Their Own that the book really takes off." -- Bruce S. Cooper, Ph.D., Professor, Division of Administration, Policy, and Urban Education, Fordham University, New York NY.
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"Unique, factual, and powerful. In Dr. Ray's Strengths of Their Own we find that parents who take personal responsibility for the education and socialization of their children reap a harvest of exceptional children who are well-prepared to lead this country into the next century. All parents who care and anyone with a stake in the issue of home education must read this book." Michael P. Farris, J.D., President, Home School Legal Defense Association
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