Title

Homeschoolers in College: They're Not Who We Think They Are

Lead Author Affiliation

Education - Student Affairs

Introduction

The homeschooled student population is difficult to track, is scarce in higher education literature, and continues to grow due to Common Core and brick versus click policies. To help prepare for this force of change, this research paints the stories of five homeschooled students in their transition to college. Through lessons from their narratives, a former homeschooled student addresses strategies to support this growing population in their academic and social transition.

Location

DUC Ballroom A&B

Format

Poster Presentation

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Homeschoolers in College: They're Not Who We Think They Are

DUC Ballroom A&B

The homeschooled student population is difficult to track, is scarce in higher education literature, and continues to grow due to Common Core and brick versus click policies. To help prepare for this force of change, this research paints the stories of five homeschooled students in their transition to college. Through lessons from their narratives, a former homeschooled student addresses strategies to support this growing population in their academic and social transition.