By Laurel Núñez

Home-education has become more recognized internationally in recent years and with it comes more data for researchers to analyze. Professor Christine Brabant of the University of Montréal and her team recently rolled out an international homeschooling survey. This exciting study will examine French-speaking homeschooling families in Switzerland. Brabant and her team were keen to take on such as study due to the lack of data in the region.

Hear more from Brabant as she explains the importance of such research for the French-speaking community.     

Research like Brabant’s is integral to helping uphold the legitimacy and viability of homeschooling as an educational option for more individuals. Such international studies shed light on the many benefits of home education that non-homeschoolers may not know about. 

You can help play a part in changing the homeschooling climate in Canada and globally by donating to CCHE today. Donations to CCHE go towards several initiatives, like the Global Education Fund, which plays an important role in advancing the cause of homeschooling abroad.



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