About 220,000 African American children are currently being homeschooled in the United States, according to a report from the National Home Education Research Institute.
The Atlantic reports African American children are quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing demographics to opt for homeschooling. Currently, about 10 percent of the homeschooling population is black students.
According to studies, black families are choosing homeschooling because they say schools sometimes have low expectations for African American students and many African American students face unfair treatment....
"Cry aloud and spare not" is what we should be doing. It is heartbreaking to see gross deception and the prevailing spirit of the world permeating every area of our lives. What will we say to our children who will grope in the dark; perhaps into eternal damnation? When we read the Word of God, we are moved toward His loving heart and thoughts about the kindness He has shown the redeemed. Also, we come to love the sinner who is blinded by the god of this present evil age. Thus, we'll lose our lives for the sake of the Gospel and for the sake of His name. READ, SEEK, PRAY, and GO in His name.
Homeschooling family wrote: We are homeschooling in a multiracial/Rev 7 group in which race is not an issue or concern. And we are all Christians. Again...you want the state to raise your children, hand them over to the wolves. Don't blame us if they support the ways and philosophies of the world. We'll teach our children well, thank you, and raise them in the nurture & admonition of the Lord.
We are homeschooling in a multiracial/Rev 7 group in which race is not an issue or concern. And we are all Christians. Again...you want the state to raise your children, hand them over to the wolves. Don't blame us if they support the ways and philosophies of the world. We'll teach our children well, thank you, and raise them in the nurture & admonition of the Lord.
This means Marty there are more of them then Christians? There is a link to the "Atlantic" article which this one is really just a summary of. You might not like the articles surrounding the "Atlantic" article, but the whole article is interesting.
From what I can tell, [URL=http://www.today.com/parents/meet-brainy-bunch-family-7-kids-college-age-12-2D79669284]]]http://www.today.com/parents/meet-brainy-bunch-family-7-kids-college-age-12-2D79669284 (Meet the 'Brainy Bunch,' family with 7 kids in college by age 12)[/URL] is of mixed racial background. They seem to be doing excellently. By the way with the Brainy Bunch article there is a video, which you might overlook. Thankfully it isn't one that starts automatically.
Oh, by the way, [URL=http://www.nchea.org/]]]Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home[/URL].