Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Razi Lane, a J.D. candidate at the University of Notre Dame Law School, was recently published in the Washington Examiner.
Harvard’s treatment of homeschooling as a presumptively inadequate or dangerous practice ignores countless success stories. Such stories are particularly relevant in poorly rated school districts where children otherwise lack opportunities to reach their fullest potential. Consequently, homeschooling is becoming increasingly popular with low-income minority parents. In many such cases, including my own, a homeschool education opens the door to higher achievement and an incredible network of lifelong friends from coast to coast.