Report to the Secretary of State on the Review of Elective Home Education in England

This review has been triggered by a range of issues and representations, not least being the quite proper concern to ensure that systems for keeping children safe and ensuring that they receive a suitable education are as robust as possible.

The review was conducted by means of structured interview with a range of stakeholders including home educating parents and children, visits to local authorities and home education groups, a public call for evidence and a questionnaire to all top tier local authorities in England.

Over two thousand responses to the call for evidence were received, more than three quarters of which were from home educating parents or children.

Author: 
Graham Badman
Publisher: 
House of Commons
Published: 
2009
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