The Road of Homeschooling-Family and School Education in America and China

Wenyue JIANG


This paper draws out the development of homeschooling in China through the concrete description of American homeschooling, and compares the family education of American and Chinese in different dimensions. From the development of American homeschooling to get the inspiration for the development of family education in China, so as to enrich the current research results on homeschooling and promote the further development of education in China.


Homeschooling; Validity; Sociality; Academic achievement; China; U.S.

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