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One of the most pervasive stereotypes in education is no longer true

There’s no cafeteria to watch a friend accidentally snort milk out of his nose, and there’s no blacktop to kick in the winning run in kickball.

But for homeschoolers in the 21st century, that doesn’t matter.

Contrary to decades of stereotypes painting homeschool students as awkward and asocial, today’s homeschoolers have far fewer difficulties in building healthy friendships than they did in the past.

Technology’s rise has been so swift and widespread, much of the socialization now starts on, moves to, or somehow involves the internet — no matter the learning environment.

“They’re doing just as well or better,” Brian Ray, a homeschooling researcher read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com