Ray, Brian D. (1995). Home education across Canada and comparisons to the home education phenomenon in the United States, 67 pp. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 18-22, 1995, San Francisco, California. (Available from the National Home Education Research Institute, P.O. Box 13939, Salem OR 97309.) (Examines demographic characteristics of home education families in Canada, presents some of most significant educational characteristics of the families, and presents descriptive data regarding the academic achievement of the home educated. Based on Ray’s 1994 A nationwide study of home education in Canada but includes only a portion of the information in the 1994 publication.) (Descriptors: home education, research, demographics, academic achievement)
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