Bibliography

I am trying to put together as comprehensive a list as possible of literature on home education, particularly home education in the UK. If you spot something that is missing then please send me the details and I will add it to the list.

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BARRATT-PEACOCK,J. (2003) ‘Australian Home Education: A Model’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 101-111.

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BATES, R. (1996) ‘Education Otherwise’: the LEA’s role in home education Slough: Education Management Information Exchange, National Foundation for Educational Research.

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BENNETT,S. and LOWDEN, S. (1995) ‘State, private or DIY? The challenge of home-based education’ British Journal of Curriculum and Assessment, Vol. 6, No.1, pp. 40-43.

BLACKER, S. ((1981)) Case Studies in home-education University of Sussex.

BOULTER,H. (1989) ‘The World-wide Education Service: 100 years of servicing parents as educators’ Educational Review, Vol. 41, No.2, pp. 181-188.

BRABANT,C., BOURDON, S. and JUTRAS, F. (2003) ‘Home Education in Quebec: Family First’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 112-131.

CARNIE, F. (2003) Alternative Approaches to Education: a guide for parents and teachers London: Routledge Falmer.

CARPER,J.C. (2000) ‘Pluralism to Establishment to Dissent: The Religious and Educational Context of Home Schooling’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 8-19.

CASSIDY, S., 2005. School bullies are forcing parents to teach at home. Independent, , pp. 11.

CHAPMAN,A. and O’DONOGHUE, T.A. (2000) ‘Home Schooling: An emerging research agenda’ Education Research and Perspectives, Vol. 27, No.1, pp. 19-36.

CIZEK,G.J. (1994) ‘Religious Education in Home Schools: Goals/Outcomes Mismatch?’ Religious Education, Vol. 89, No.1, pp. 43-51.

COLLOM,E. (2005) ‘The Ins and Outs of Homeschooling: the Determinants of Parental Motivations and Student Achievement’ Education & Urban Society, Vol. 37, No.3, pp. 307-335.

COLLOM,E. and MITCHELL, D., E. (2005) ‘Home Schooling as a social movement: Identifying the determinants of homeschoolers’ perceptions’ Sociological Spectrum, Vol. 25, pp. 273-305.

CRAIK-HORAN, M., 2003. Don’t Just blame the parents: Letters to the Editor. Times Educational Supplement, Opinion, pp. 16.

CROWSON,R.L. (2000) ‘The Home Schooling Movement: A Few Concluding Observations’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 294-300.

DAHM,L. (1996) ‘Education at Home, With Help from School’ Educational Leadership, Vol. 54, No.2, pp. 68-71.

DE WAAL,E. and THERON, T. (2003) ‘Homeschooling as an Alternative Form of Educational Provision in South Africa and the USA’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 144-156.

DOBSON, L. (2000) Homeschoolers’ success stories: 15 adults and 12 young people share the impact that homeschooling has made on their lives California: Prima Publishing.

DOBSON, L. (editor) (1998) The Homeschooling Book of Answers – The 88 Most Important Questions Answered by Homeschooling’s Most Respected Voices. California: Prima Publishing.

DOWTY, T. (2000) Free Range Education Gloucestershire: Hawthorn Press.

ENSIGN,J. (2000) ‘Defying the Stereotypes of Special Education: Home School Students’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 147-158.

FARRIS, M. (1997) The Future of Home Schooling: a new direction for Christian home education United States: Regnery Publishing.

FORTUNE-WOOD, J. (2001) Bound to be free Nottingham: Educational Heretics Press.

FORTUNE-WOOD, M. (2006) The Face of Home-Based Education 2: Numbers, Support, Special Needs Nottingham: Educational Heretics Press.

FORTUNE-WOOD, M. (2005) The Face of Home-Based Education 1: Who, Why and How Nottingham: Educational Heretics Press.

FRANZOSA, S.D. (1991) ‘The Best and Wisest Parent: A Critique of John Holt’s Philosophy of Education’ in Van Galen, Jane A. and Mary Anne Pitman (editor) Home Schooling: Political, Historical and Pedagogical Perspectives New Jersey: Ablex. pp.121-135.

GALLOWAY,D. (2003) ‘Editorial: Special Issue on Home Education’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 61-62.

GRIFFITH, M. (1997) The Home Schooling Handbook United States: Prima Publishing.

HALL,A. (1998) ‘Teaching at Home’ Prospero, Vol. 4, No.1, pp. 44-45.

HILL,P.T. (2000) ‘Home Schooling and the Future of Public Education’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 20-31.

HOLT, J. (1984) How Children Fail London: Penguin.

HOLT, J. (1967) How Children Learn London: Penguin.

HOLT, J. (1981) Teach Your Own New York: Delacorte Press.

HOPWOOD, V., O’NEILL, L., CASTRO, G. and HODGSON, B., 2007. The Prevalence of Home Education in England: A Feasibility Study. 827. London: Department for Education and Skills.

JACKSON,G. (2007) ‘Home education transitions with formal schooling: Student perspectives’ Issues in Educational Research, Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 62-84.

JEFFS, T. (2002) ‘Schooling, education and children’s rights’ in Bob Franklin (editor) The New Handbook of Children’s Rights: Comparative policy and practice London: Routledge. pp.45-59.

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KNOX,P. (1989) ‘Home-based Education: an alternative approach to ‘school phobia” Educational Review, Vol. 41, No.2, pp. 143-151.

LATHAM,A.S. (1998) ‘Home Schooling’ Educational Leadership, Vol. 55, No.8, pp. 85-86.

LINES,P. (2000) ‘When Home Schoolers Go to School: A Partnership Between Families and Schools’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 159-186.

LINES,P. (1996) ‘Home schooling comes of age’ Educational Leadership, Vol. 54, No.2, pp. 63-67.

LINES, P. (1991) ‘Home Instruction: The Size and Growth of the Movement’ in Van Galen, Jane A. and Mary Anne Pitman (editor) Home Schooling: Political, Historical and Pedagogical Perspectives New Jersey: Ablex. pp.9-41.

LOIS,J. (2006) ‘Role Strain, Emotion Management, and Burnout: Homeschooling Mothers’ Adjustment to the Teacher Role’ Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 29, pp. 507-30.

LOWDEN, S. (1994) The scope and implications of home-based education University of Nottingham.

LOWE, J. (1998) The Home Education Handbook Hertfordshire: Home Education Advisory Service.

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LUBIENSKI,C. (2000) ‘Whither the Common Good? A Critique of Home Schooling’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 207-232.

LUBIENSKI,C. (2003) ‘A Critical View of Home Education’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 167-178.

MASON, C.M. (1920) Home Education 9th edn. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, & Co. Ltd.

MAYBERRY,M. (1989) ‘Home-based Education in the United States: demographics, motivations and educational implications’ Educational Review, Vol. 41, No.2, pp. 171-180.

MCDOWELL,S., SANCHEZ, A. and JONES, S. (2000) ‘Participation and Perception: Looking at Home Schooling Through a Multicultural Lens’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 124-146.

MEDLIN,R.G. (2000) ‘Home Schooling and the Question of Socialization’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 107-123.

MEIGHAN, R. (2001) Learning unlimited: the home-based education case-files Nottingham: Educational Heretics Press.

MEIGHAN, R. (1997) The Next Learning System: And Why Home-schoolers are Trailblazers Nottingham: Educational Heretics Press.

MEIGHAN, R. (editor) (1992) Education Now Special Report: Learning from home-based education. Derbyshire: Education Now.

MEIGHAN,R. (1995) ‘Home-Based Education Effectiveness Research and Some of its Implications’ Educational Review, Vol. 47, No.3, pp. 275-287.

MEIGHAN,R. (1989) ‘The Parents and the Schools – alternative role definitions’ Educational Review, Vol. 41, No.2, pp. 105-112.

MONK,D. (2004) ‘Problematising home-education: Challenging ‘parental rights’ and ‘socialisation” Legal Studies, Vol. 24, No.4,.

MONK,D. (2003) ‘Home Education: A Human Right?’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 157-166.

MULLARNEY, M. (1983) Anything school can do, you can do better Dublin: Arlen House.

NEUMAN,A. and AVIRAM, A. (2003) ‘Homeschooling as a Fundamental Change in Lifestyle’ Evaluation and Research in Education, Vol. 17, No.2&3, pp. 132-143.

PETRIE,A. (1998) ‘Home Education and the Law’ Education and the Law, Vol. 10, No.2-3, pp. 123-134.

PETRIE,A. (1995) ‘Home Educators and the Law Within Europe’ International Journal of Lifelong Learning, Vol. 41, No.3-4, pp. 285-296.

PETRIE, A. (1992) Home-education and the local education authority: From conflict to co-operation University of Liverpool.

PORT,C. (1989) ‘A Crack in the Wall: the Lee family’s experience of home-based education’ Educational Review, Vol. 41, No.2, pp. 153-170.

PRIESNITZ, W. (2002) ‘Home-Based Learning in Canada’ in Tamra B. Orr (editor) A Parent’s Guide to Home Schooling Los Angeles: Mars Publishing.

PRIESNITZ, W. (2000) Challenging Assumptions in Education Toronto: The Alternate Press.

PRIESNITZ, W. (2000) ‘Education Can Lead the Way to a Sustainable Society’ in Ron Miller (editor) Creating Learning Communities – Models, Resources, and New Ways of Thinking About Teaching and Learning Brandon, Vermont: Foundation for Educational Renewal. pp.279-284.

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RAY,B.D. (2000) ‘Home Schooling: The Ameliorator of Negative Influences on Learning?’ Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 75, No.1&2, pp. 71-106.

RAY, B.D. and WARTES, J. (1991) ‘The Academic Achievement and Affective Development of Home-Schooled Children’ in Van Galen, Jane A. and Mary Anne Pitman (editor) Home Schooling: Political, Historical and Pedagogical Perspectives New Jersey: Ablex. pp.43-62.

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REICH, R. (2002) ‘Testing the Boundaries of Parental Authority Over Education:The Case of Homeschooling’ in Stephen Macedo and Yael Tamir (editor) Political and Moral Education New York: New York University Press.

REICH, R. (2005) ‘Why Home Schooling Should be Regulated’ in Bruce S. Cooper (editor) Home Schooling in Full View: A Reader Connecticut: Information Age Publishing. pp.109-120.

RICHARDS, L. (editor) (2007) Making the Right Impression: The experiences of 21 British Christian home educating families. Stockport: Home Service.

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