The number of homeschooled students has grown by over 13,000% since 1975, and it’s being noticed.  The Economist published an article about six months ago about the burgeoning homeschooling movement.  About 2 million children are being homeschooled in America today, double the number just ten years ago.

Homeschooling has truly become mainstream.  Two years earlier, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine reported on the academic and social success of homeschooled students.  Is there a connection between the popularity of homeschooling and the fact that it succeeds in producing capable, thinking citizens?

Homeschoolers are here to stay, because homeschooling works.