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In 1997, the average cost to educate a child in public schools was...
a) $8, 678 b) $1,032 c) $5,325 d) $3,526
In 1997, the average cost to educate a child in a home school was...
a) $150 b) $345 c) $546 d) $980
In 1999, home schooled students performed this many points above the national average on the SAT
a) 67 b) 125 c) 0 d) 10
Nationally, research has shown that home schooled children of color do...
a) Better than their caucasian peers on standardized tests b) Worse than their caucasian peers on standardized tests c) There has been no such research on this topic. d) Statistically the same as their caucasian peers on standardized tests
A 1992 study by Smedley of homeschooled and public school children using the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales found that...
a) Public schooled children scored in the 76th percentile, making them more mature in their behaviors b) Homeschooled children scored in the 84th percentile, making them more mature in their behavior c) Both home schooled and public schooled children scored statistically average with each other d) Public schooled children scored in the 90th precentile, making them more mature in their behavior.
This many percent of home schooled children are involved in two or more extracurricular activities per week?
a) 50% b) 98% c) 0% d) 27%
According to an independent 2001 study, this many homes that homeschool fall into the definition of conservative and evangelical
a) 1 out of 7 homes b) 5 out of 7 homes c) 3 out of 7 homes d) 7 out of 7 homes
Research has shown that states with high homeschool regulations and states with lower regulations show this much difference on test scores
a) States with higher regulations have students that do 67% better than students in low regulation b) States with higher regulations have students that do 34% worse than lower regulation states c) None. Homeschooled students statistically performed the same in both situations. d) Higher regulation states have students that do 10-15% better overall.
In 1994, the average for those in homeschooled in grades K through grade 12 on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills was...
a) 77 b) 85 c) 56 d) 42
Research has shown, on average, that those who are homeschooled outperform their same age peers that attend public school by what percent in all subject areas?
a) Zero. Public schooled children perform better. b) Ten to Seventeen. c) Fifty to Sixty. d) Thirty to Thirty Seven.
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