Homeschool Socialization Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"92% of peer-reviewed studies report that homeschoolers are doing as well as or better than their public school peers socially."

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"As of 2020, almost 84% of homeschooling parents believed that one-on-one tutoring was an essential part of socializing their children."

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"One study found that homeschoolers had consistently lower problem behavior scores than their conventionally schooled peers."

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"Approximately 57.7% of homeschooled students were involved in weekly community activities in 2019."

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"About 96% of homeschoolers participate in social activities outside of their immediate family each week."

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"A recent survey showed that only 12% of homeschooled students spend less than 5 hours per week on socialization activities."

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"According to the National Education Association, home-schooled students have higher graduation rates in college, suggesting better social skills."

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"89% of homeschool parents report involvement in some form of volunteer service with their children."

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"In 2012, about 91% of homeschooled students had two parents present in their lives, which can create a more stable social environment."

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