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home·school

 (hōm′sko͞ol′)
v. home·schooled, home·school·ing, home·schools
v.tr.
To instruct (a pupil, for example) in an educational program outside of established schools, especially in a home.
v.intr.
To provide educational instruction in a homeschool.
n.
A school operated outside established educational institutions, especially in a home.

home′school′er n.

home•school•ing

(ˈhoʊmˌsku lɪŋ)
n.
the practice of teaching one's own children at home instead of sending them to school.
[1985–90]
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New-borns through to home educated seven-year-olds.
Latest figures show there are around 2,000 electively home educated children in Wales, although figures could be higher as parents do not have to register them.
On home education Prof Holland repeats calls for a register for electively home educated children and for those children to be seen from time to time by a professional.
You may or may not know that both our girls are home educated, which is wonderful and terrifying in equal measures.
We are also going to further support and strengthen the Home Education system, including allowing children who are home educated to be able to partially enrol at a school.
Written in free verse, One tells the story of conjoined twins Grace and Tippi, who have been home educated, but want to go to public school for the first time.
A friend in the village who home educated her children had added me to about 10 online groups that posted events and discussed curriculums.
Research suggests that children who have been Home Educated are more mature, more independent and more socially skilled.
Mrs Charles-Warner, who also home educated her top barrister daughter, insists she didn't push or "hothouse" Charlie.
When their dad became prime minister, the two sisters were withdrawn from their schools and home educated for security reasons.
The workshop, Cyber Safe Home educated people how to safeguard the children from unwanted Internet elements.
Brian Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI), as of 2010 there were, by best estimates, over two million homeschooled students ages five to 18 in the United States, with the population of home educated students growing by up to six percent every year.

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