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“There’s no more homework ’til the wee hours of the morning, no more tears because we couldn’t get things done.”

Linda McCarthy, a suburban mother of Buffalo, N.Y., who formerly worked as a teacher’s aide, regarding the benefits she’s experienced by switching to homeschooling. Overall, homeschooling has increased across the nation. In the year before the pandemic, only about 3.3 percent of students, or about 2 million, were homeschooled, but homeschooling increased by 63 percent in the 2020-2021 school year, then fell by only 17 percent in the 2021-2022 year, according to data from 18 states. (Associated Press — April 14, 2022)
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