Comparing Homeschooling in Ontario, in Canada, and Around the World with Laurel Nunez

In this podcast, Erin gets a chance to chat to Laurel Nunez from the Canadian Center for Home Education. The conversation meanders through different comparisons of homeschooling and really has a positive feel about the potential and growth of learning at home around the world. We start with a look at Canada and discuss England and the Philippines in a bit of detail.  

Here are some links for today’s podcast that listeners might find helpful.  A big thank you to Laurel for providing these links!

The Global Homeschool Conference in the Philippines in 2020

Laurel referenced the 29% increase in Homeschooling over a 6-year period in Canada. This was from the Fraser Institute:

Fraser Institute: Home Schooling in Canada: The Current Picture 2015 edition

Laurel also referenced this study which outlines the reasons why families choose to homeschool in PQ. Professor Christine Brabant- Home Education in Québec: Family First and in a follow-up email, Laurel also suggested we include this link which outlines the reasons family may choose to homeschool in Switzerland.

Laurel also recommends this video.

In conversation with Anita Kaiser

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In this podcast, Erin Fleming talks to We Learn Naturally Community Member Anita Kaiser as she reflects on the World Schooling Conference 2017, the worldschooling lifestyle, and the topics of trust and health as they emerge in Self-Directed Education and deschooling processes.

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