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Homeschooling in Virginia: Understanding the Processes, Approaches, and Outcomes/Implications for Educators

Dr Kristi Stroud Fowler.

Home schooling is an increasingly critical social and educational issue. Growing numbers of home schoolers are changing the way educators and the general public view traditional education and what it means to be an educated person. This presentation explores the impetus, approaches, processes, and outcomes of homeschooling for three families. In addition, the findings of the research and implications for educators are explored.


Dr Kristi Stroud Fowler  (United States)
Assistant Professor of Education
Education Department
Hollins University

Dr. Fowler is an assistant professor of education at Hollins University, a woman's university, in the beautiful mountains of central Virginia. She teaches foundations and methods courses and supervises student teachers. In her free time, she lives and works on a small horse farm and is married to a teacher.

  • Homeschooling

(30 min Conference Paper, English)