Rather than read through the boring black and white data showing off how stellar homeschoolers are, this infographic details everything clearly, succinctly in pinks and funky-yellows!
Created by: College At Home
This is very encouraging data for those considering homeschooling and have doubts about if their income levels, or their lack of teaching certification (which is clearly meaningless) can affect their child(ren)’s ability to get a high-quality education at home that enables them to enter college.
A few areas I’d love to gain more details would be:
- What professions make up more than half of fathers?
- Why were mothers’ professions not shared? Is it assumed that all homeschool families are working from a single-income of the father? No single moms? No dual-parents offering financial support? No working-moms, homeschooling-dads out there?
- The GPA Comparison chart was extremely surprising data! I think rather high for “other students,” so I have to assume that data accounted for private, parochial and public school…right?
- Would love more information regarding the last graphics about raising “mature, socialized homeschool students.” What do these numbers correspond to? While homeschoolers have higher rates, what are these measurements exactly?
That’s all for now! It’s such an encouraging (NOT surprising) infographic. So, if you’re on Pinterest, please consider pinning it and tagging me @ponnsabra. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments area below as well!
Category: Homeschooling 101