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<div><span style="font-size: 15px;"><b style="font-size: 15px;">“Homeschooling is for every child—just not for every parent.” </b>Having pulled my own son out of preschool and attempted to home school him, these words spoken by a very wise homeschooling mother really resonated with me. My own attempt to homeschool was an abject failure that I abandoned after 3 weeks; it also left me with a deep respect for the people who are able to do this for their children.</span></div><div><span style="font-size: 15px;"><br></span></div><div>Respect is often the catalyst of curiosity, and so it was for me. Many studies have been conducted since the 1970’s and a great amount of data has been gathered to support homeschooling as an alternative to public and private schooling. But these surveys didn’t answer two essential questions for me. What does it really take to homeschool your children and what are the people who can do it really like? The result of this curiosity, was this survey. To me the things that stand out are the level of education (far above the national average) and professional achievement of the parents, and the very large portion of self-directed learning time. </div><p><br></p><p><br></p>