Harvard prof wants to ban homeschooling so other people’s children can be exposed to her views

By Jonathon Van Maren

Last month, the homeschooling community erupted in outrage with the release of an article in Harvard Magazine titled “The Risks of Homeschooling,” which detailed the views of Harvard’s own Elizabeth Bartholet.

A Wasserstein public interest professor of law and faculty director of Harvard Law School’s Child Advocacy Program, Bartholet has been advocating a limited ban on homeschooling, which she claims violates a child’s right to a “meaningful education,” and notes her particular concern with conservative Christian parents who may be “extreme religious ideologues.”

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One thought on “Harvard prof wants to ban homeschooling so other people’s children can be exposed to her views

  1. Eva L Shaw says:

    I, as a parent, will instill my values in my children and you, my dear, can go find another job for you are not qualified to make such a judgement.

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