Today's homeschool advocates are parents who don't believe that the current school model is best, or enough, for their children.
The efforts of one small but fierce lobbying group has thwarted even modest efforts to monitor homeschooled kids. Some fear lack of laws hides abuse or no teaching at all.
The latest entry in a series of interviews about subculture in America.
Home-schoolers have it in for the U.N. Convention for the Rights of the Child, which only the United States and Somalia have not ratified.
A U.S. immigration court creates a new persecuted group in Europe: Christian home-schoolers.
As the legion of home-schoolers rapidly grows, sensible government oversight seems to be a reasonable option — or it'll invite a firestorm of opposition.