Dr. Brian Ray speaking about Gen2 Results

Does Homeschooling Work?

New Study: Generation2 Survey
Research Findings on Home Based Education
Brian D. Ray, Ph.D.
February 26, 2015 • 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Pillar Foundation • 15820 Clayton Road, Ellisviille, MO 63011

Dr. Ray will help you consider the answers to questions such as the following?

  • Are parents qualified to teach their children, academically?
  • What about socialization?
  • Should ethnic minorities homeschool their children?
  • How will these children succeed – or fail – in the “real world” of adulthood”?
  • What are the findings of the Gen2 Survey (Generation 2, Millennials)?
  • Is Common Core any good?

If you have an interest in or concern about the “outcomes of home education,” think that homeschooling is bad for society (or good for society), or you are a veteran homeschooler who just needs a little morale boost, you won’t want to miss this presentation. Good books and other relevant resources on child training and homeschooling will be available.
Admission: FREE to the public. Offerings appreciated to benefit the nonprofit National Home Education Research Institute and ongoing research. Books, reports and videos will be available for purchase.

Bring the curious, the critic, your friend, your pastor, and your children’s grandparents. Dr. Ray will have some good books and reports on homeschooling and child training for sale.

Who is Dr. Brian Ray?

Dr. Ray has been critically reviewing research in the area of home education for about 32 years. He is the founding editor of Home School Researcher, a quarterly peer-reviewed journal on home education; has published numerous articles on home education in professional journals (e.g., Peabody Journal of Education, Educational Leadership), Christianity Today, and Homeschooling Today magazine; has been interviewed by numerous radio, print, and television media, including two appearances on the “NBC Today Show” with presidents of the National Education Association; is a former professor of education at the undergraduate and graduate levels; is a former classroom teacher in private and public schools; is an outstanding researcher, and takes a logical and friendly approach to home education. His Ph.D. is in science education from Oregon State University. His newest books are Home Educated and Now Adults and Worldwide Guide to Homeschooling (available online http://www.nheri.org). Dr. and Mrs. Ray have/are homeschooling their eight children (and they have six grandchildren), and live on a small farm in western Oregon.

Contact: Lisa Payne-Naeger at Lisa.Naeger@mac.com with questions.
Dr. Brian Ray at NHERI: mail@nheri.org or (503) 361-1490

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