On the Internet
"Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children." - Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Article 26 (3)
Association for Canadian Home-Based Education
Canadian Home Based Learning Resource Page
OFTP - The Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents
updated URL: ontariohomeschool.org
Home Based Learning Network
updated URL: https://sites.google.com/site/ottawahbln/
"Homeschooling and the Redefinition of Citizenship" by Bruce Arai, in the Education Policy Analysis Archives
"Homeschooling: Back to the Future?" by Isabel Lyman, in the Policy Analysis archives of the Cato institute
"Homeschooling - Another Educational Choice" by Mary Beth Nelsen, in the archives of the Connecticut Home Educators Association
Callan, E. (1997) Creating Citizens: Political Education and Liberal Democracy. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Gatto, J.T. (1991) Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers.
Guterson, D., (1992) Family Matters: Why Homeschooling Makes Sense, New York, Harcourt Brace.
Holmes, M. (1998). The Reformation of Canada's Schools: Breaking Barriers to Parental Choice. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Holt, J. (1983) Learning All The Time. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers.
Holt, J. (1981) Teach Your Own: A Hopeful Path for Education. New York: Delta/Seymour Lawrence.
Illich, I. (1971) Deschooling Society. New York: Harper & Row.
Knowles, J.G. (1998) Home Education: Personal Histories. Chapter 14, pp 302-31 in M.L.Fuller and G. Olsen (eds). Home-School Relations: Working Successfully with Parents and Families. Toronto: Allyn and Bacon.
Knowles, J.G., S. Marlow and J.A. Muchmore (1992) From Pedagogy to Ideology: Origin and Phases of Home Education in the United States, 1970-1990. American Journal of Education, 100(1): 195-235.
Knowles, J.G. (1991) Parents' Rationales for Operating Home Schools. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography; 20(2): 203_230.
Luffman, J. (1997) A Profile of Home Schooling in Canada. Education Quarterly Review, 4(4):30-47.
Marlow, S.E. (1994) Educating Children at Home: Implications for Assessment and Accountability. Education and Urban Society, 26(4): 438-60.
Mayberry, M. J.G. Knowles, B. Ray and S. Marlow (1995) Home Schooling: Parents as Educators. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.
Mayberry, M. (1993) Effective Learning Environments in Action: The Case of Home Schools. School Community Journal; 3(1): 61_68.
Mayberry, M.(1988) Characteristics and Attitudes of Families Who Home School. Education and Urban Society; 21(1): 32_41.
Mayberry, M. and J.G. Knowles (1989) Family Unity Objectives of Parents Who Teach Their Children: Ideological and Pedagogical Orientations to Home Schooling. Urban Review; 21(4): 209_225.
Menendez, A.J. (1996) Homeschooling: The Facts. Silver Spring MD: Americans for Religious Liberty.
Pfleger, K. (1998, April 6) School's Out. The New Republic. 11-12.
Ray, B. D. (1999). Home Schooling on the Threshold: A Survey of Research at the Dawn of the New Millenium. Salem OR: National Home Education Research Institute Publications.
Ray, B. D. (1997). Strengths of Their Own--Home Schoolers Across America: Academic Achievement, Family Characteristics, and Longitudinal Traits. Salem OR: National Home Education Research Institute Publications.
Ray, B. D. (1994). A Nationwide Study of Home Education in Canada: Family Characteristics, Student Achievement, and Other Topics. Lethbridge: Home School Legal Defense Association of Canada.
Rudner, L. M. (1999). Scholastic achievement and demographic characteristics of home school students in 1998. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 7(8).
Sheffer, S. (1997) A Sense of Self: Listening to Homeschooled Adolescent Girls. New York: Heinemann.
Taylor, J. W. (1986) Self-Conception in Homeschooling Children. Doctoral Dissertation, Andrews University.
Thomas, A. (1998). Educating Children at Home. London: Cassell.
Webb, J. (1989) The Outcomes of Home-Based Education: Employment and Other Issues. Educational Review, 41(2):121-33.
Welner, K.M. and K.G. Welner (1999) Contextualizing Homeschooling Data: A Response to Rudner. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 7(13).