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Homeschooling in Nevada: The Budgetary Impact

By John T. Wenders and Andrea D. Clements

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Excerpt: Driven by parents’ beliefs that home- school learning environments can be superior to those of public or private schools, as well as a desire by parents to spend more time together as a family, Nevada homeschooling has undergone remarkable growth during the past decade

Topics: homeschooling, Nevada, Psychology, Community-Based Research, Health Psychology, Substance Abuse and Addiction
Publisher: Digital Commons @ East Tennessee State University
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:dc.etsu.edu:etsu-works-8463
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