Is Racism Driving Black Families to Homeschool Their Kids?

Urban Black America Leaves Gov Schools for Homeschooling




This article by NBC news is covering a growing trend in mostly inner city schools of black parents choosing to homeschool their children.  Though this is a trend that’s nationwide, seeing homeschooling rising among black communities, especially poor communities, is something worth taking note.  The NBC article interviews some black parents who talk about why they choose to homeschool  their children.  They chose to focus on these families that all seem to echo some shared concern that the schools themselves are still fundamentally racist, in terns of the inequality of the resources provide to predominantly black schools and in terms of how the teachers themselves teach their black students.

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