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Volume16
Year2007
TitleHomeschooling: Depriving Children of Social Development?
Author(s)Samantha Lebeda
First Page99
AbstractAs homeschooling becomes more popular, lawyers can expect to participate in the resolution of various disputes involving its practice: between parents who disagree over the desirability of homeschooling, between parents involved with alimony and child-support issues, between parent and school boards over the availability of extra-curricular activities for children who are not enrolled in public school, between single parents and welfare agencies over the merits of working or staying home with the kids, and so forth.