Tidbit: Economic Benefits of Homeschooling

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Given the Department of Education’s conservative estimate of 898,000 students who were educated entirely at home in 2003, the National Home Education Research Institute’s estimate of 2 million homeschool students, and the national average per pupil expenditure on instruction, homeschooling likely saves American taxpayers and public schools at least $4.4 billion to $9.9 billion in instruction costs each year. The Economic Benefits of Homeschooling.

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  1. Luke says:

    Oh, but keeping your kids home is keeping tax money out of schools! Homeschoolers are stealing money from the school system by not enrolling their children [laughing].Ah, the beauty of logic. ~Luke

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