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

In this podcast, Erin gets a chance to chat to Laurel Nunes 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

www.ghex.world

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

https://www.fraserinstitute.org/sites/default/files/home-schooling-in-canada-2015-rev2.pdf

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  https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09500790308668296?journalCode=revr20

and in a follow-up email, Laurel also suggested we include this link which outlines the reasons family may choose to homeschool in Switzerland.

https://udemontreal-my.sharepoint.com/personal/christine_brabant_umontreal_ca/_layouts/15/onedrive.aspx?id=%2Fpersonal%2Fchristine%5Fbrabant%5Fumontreal%5Fca%2FDocuments%2Fgestion%20de%20carri%C3%A8re%2Fdocuments%20site%20web%20personnel%2FR%C3%A9sultats%20pr%C3%A9liminaires%5FEnqu%C3%AAte%20Suisse%20romande%5FBrabant%20et%20Favre%2DPerret%5F2018%2Epdf&parent=%2Fpersonal%2Fchristine%5Fbrabant%5Fumontreal%5Fca%2FDocuments%2Fgestion%20de%20carri%C3%A8re%2Fdocuments%20site%20web%20personnel&cid=471f7546-8c1f-472f-a939-19ca77fc2ea3

Laurel also recommends this video;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=663&v=ncQzfMaQvSg

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