Harvard Law School Calls for Ban on Homeschooling; Homeschooled Harvard Graduate On Why This is Wrong

I graduated from Harvard with honors. In fact, Harvard was the very first school I ever set foot in. The first 12 years of my education, I was homeschooled, from kindergarten to 12th grade. I was proud of my school, until last night, when I read Harvard Magazine’s article on the so-called “risks” of homeschooling. In…

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Harvard ’18, NYU ’21, homeschooled. Committed to the promotion of truth, freedom, and excellence.

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Harvard ’18, NYU ’21, homeschooled. Committed to the promotion of truth, freedom, and excellence.

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