New York city lost over 25,000 people a month between 2020 and 2021 due to dirty politics, strict and questionable COVID mandates and soaring crime. Official counts indicate a total of 305,465 citizens left.
Other Democrat controlled cities experienced similar population losses for that time period:
🔹Los Angeles (-40,537);
🔹Chicago, Illinois (-45,175);
🔹San Jose, California (-27,419);
🔹Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (-24,754);
🔹Dallas, Texas (-14,777);
🔹Houston, Texas (-11,777);
🔹Indianapolis, Indiana (-5,343)
🔹San Diego, California (-3,783);
🔹Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco lost roughly 6.3% of its population in 2021, the highest-percentage loss of any U.S. city.
Illegal immigration appears to be another cause of citizens leaving.
“While only 4% of all cities and towns had a population of 50,000 or more in 2021, collectively they contained 129.3 million people — nearly 39% of the U.S. population,” said Crystal Delbé, a statistician in the Population Division at the Census Bureau. “On the other hand, of the 19,494 incorporated places in the United States, more than 75% had fewer than 5,000 people.”
Fastest Growing by Percentage
Arizona, Texas, Florida and Idaho all had several places among the 15 fastest-growing cities or towns:
🔹Georgetown, Texas, had the largest growth from July 2020 to July 2021, increasing by 10.5%, a rate of growth which would double the population in less than seven years.
🔹 Leander, Texas (10.1%);
🔹Queen Creek Town, Arizona (8.9%);
🔹Buckeye, Arizona (8.6%);
🔹New Braunfels, Texas (8.3%).
🔹Fort Myers, Florida (6.8%),
🔹Casa Grande, Arizona (6.2%);
🔹Maricopa, Arizona (6.1%);
🔹North Port, Florida (5.5%);
🔹Spring Hill, Tennessee (5.4%);
🔹Goodyear, Arizona (5.4%); an
🔹Port St. Lucie, Florida (5.2%).
🔹Rounding out the list were three suburbs of Boise, Idaho: Meridian (5.2%), Caldwell (5.2%) and Nampa (5.0%).
Population Count Growth by People
🔹San Antonio, Texas, topped the list of the largest numeric gainers with an increase of 13,626 people between 2020 and 2021.
The wise and common American patriot is not getting their news from mainstream media anymore. Just as patriots of the American Revolution they learned by word of mouth.
Not unlike those of the 1770’s, men and women today are meeting in local restaurants, pubs, living rooms, rallies, library meeting rooms and community centers across the United States planning their ideas and actions to preserve freedom, liberty and integrity —In God We Trust.
The 2020 stolen presidential election has resulted in more Americans preparing for future elections.
🔹Citizen patriots are forming and making preparations to monitor and document (video, photos, record and report) any suspect activities before, during and after elections.
🔹Locations, operatives, parking and delivery areas that will be monitored include: voting boxes, ballot printing companies, voting tabulation centers, offices of candidates or political figures with a history of ballot harvesting and election fraud.
“We cannot trust our own Governor (Kemp) and Secretary of State (Raffensperger),” a Georgia man, who is working with various statewide citizens to prepare for 2024. “We will do trial runs and monitor in 2022 to gain knowledge and learn. Our own neighbors and communities will report the real news and we can act in real time.”
The Georgia father met his fellow patriots at a community Little League meeting last Spring.
“Oh, it’s not hard to organize because patriots are everywhere,” he noted. “VFW halls, PTAs, community gatherings and meetings, the after meeting talk all centers on saving the country. It’s universal.”
“The challenge is not getting people to participate and be involved,” it is strategizing our safety as we monitor the targeted locations. Sometimes this means going a county or two over.”
“Oh, we know this is not going on in just Fulton County and Georgia,” we are learning how to combat election crimes from other states too. The intent is to never rely on politicians, news media and other operatives. They cheat, steal and lie. They are the Big Lie.”
“I wouldn’t want to be a Mule with a handful of ballots with us around,” he noted. “We are serious. We trust ourselves. We don’t (trust) politicans, newscasters, postal workers, printing companies and bought out police chiefs. We refuse to be cheated.”
“It’s not going to happen here again,” a retired Air Force veteran from Mesa, Arizona promised. “We know we were cheated. There is no way in hell Biden won in Arizona.”
“Hell, we had a 90 mile ring around Phoenix full of Trump supporters before the (2020) election,” he said. “We are getting my volunteer patriots more than willing: motorcycle clubs, boating organizations–remember the giant boat parades? They haven’t gone anywhere. “
“We have police, fire, nurses, coaches, truckers, carpenters, plumbers, ex-military…you name it, we have it and we will be ready,” he continued. “Yes, we are the modern day patriot and we are here to save our country.”
“We are organizing and focus on the cheaters,” he noted. “From the high offices of the governor and attorney general, to the ballot printing company here, to scumbag election officials, to mules, we will document, prevent and stop them in the act.”
“In the Valley, we are working at the specific precinct levels to catch cheaters,” a born and raised 54 year old woman from the McAllen, Texas revealed. “Politics is changing here on the border. Uncles and aunts and cousins and others who have been active ballot harvesters are changing their tune. Yes, There is money to be made in being a coyote or mule, but it is hurting us. Crime and gas and groceries and illegals are bad. We have to stop it. We are determined.”
In Texas, the Office of Attorney General Ken Paxton has prosecuted 534 cases of election fraud from 2005 through June 1, 2022. Since 2020, cases have tripled.
So what does one do if they suspect or know of voter and election fraud? It appears in some jurisdictions there are particularly high levels of mistrust with government and volunteer entities.
Those organizing now are:
1. Working to vote George Soros Owned and/or other crooked District Attorneys out of office.
2. Voting honest and vetted DAs, sheriffs, attorney generals, secretaries of state in (both state and local levels)..
3. Doing the homework to vet the responses and integrity of other local officials and workers: sheriff and police offices, postal workers, Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), and especially mules,etc.
State andFederal Resources
Even if you have doubts about some organizations, offices, and individuals in government, it is important to at least report suspected elections crimes to at least establish the documentation and record. Future law cases and controversies could depend on it.
In a news conference, Lubbock Police asked parents if there is any chance Delmer Orlando Ortiz Licona, a “Mexican National,” has had contact with their children. They request parents take the time to speak to them, and report any possible incidents or information with the Special Victims Unit at 806-775-2788.
Licona faces charges of aggravated sexual assaults on children in August 2021 and May 2022.
While online jail records describe the perpetrator as Orlando Delmer-Ortiz, the police report and arrest warrant listed him as Delmer Orlando Ortiz-Licona.
August 2021 With 7-Year-Old
When a 911 Emergency Operater answered the phone she could hear a female voice yelling, “What are you doing to her?”
“I just found my man, huh, whoever lives with me, naked in the bed with my daughter,” the caller told the dispatcher. “Please hurry. He’s running away. Please hurry.”
Dispatcher: “And he’s your boyfriend?”
Mother: “He’s supposed to be, but you hurry up or I’m going to kill him. I’m going to f*****g kill him. Please hurry, please hurry. I’m fixing to kill him, hurry please, please hurry, please f*****g hurry. He’s jumping the fence. He’s f*****g jumping the fence. Hurry.”
The dispatcher heard the woman tell the child to get in the car. The dispatcher asked if the child was OK.
Mother: “Yes, I got home just on time.”
The mom told the dispatcher she was following the male, and “I’m not going to deal with it.”
The dispatcher heard a loud sound that sounded like something was hit. The little girl started screaming and crying.
Mother: “Please get an ambulance.”
Dispatcher: “Did you just hit him?”
The mother explained that Licona jumped in front of her car, and she hit him. She said he was passed out drunk, but everyone was OK.
The child, during a forensic interview, told investigators specific details about the assault.
Police reports show the suspect repeatedly refused to show up to scheduled meetings with the investigator.
May 2022 Attempted Child Snatching
On May 2, 2022, Licona was punched in the face by a Lubbock mother during his attempt to kidnap her 4-year-old.
He was formally charged and indicted by a grand jury for attempt to commit aggravated kidnapping.
The mother told police she was with her child paying their rent when Licona reached into her car and tried to grab her daughter. She punched Licona in the face and told him to back away before Licona left the scene.
🔹 Special Victims Unit detectives identified Licona as the suspect within five hours.
🔹Licona was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals before 2 p.m. on May 3, 2022.
As of May 30, Licona remains in the Lubbock County Detention Center without bond, for an Immigration Customs Enforcement detainer.
Hunter Biden’s daddy, the “Big Guy,” has a history of cheating. Through plagiarism in college, back door deals in New Jersey, voter and ballot fraud, money laundering kick backs with foreign entities, Joe Biden has always been a low class political swindler.
Here’s a satirical look at Biden and his pals as seen through the eyes of millions via social media memes.
Propaganda, news blackouts and personal attacks on patriots and outlets continue with fake media distortions on the massive voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Despite their false narratives, as a result of the hard evidence documented in the Dinesh D’Souza’s hit movie, “2000 Mules,” Arizona will have their first guilty plea for voter fraud and conspiracy on June 2, 2022.
Guillermina Fuentes, the Gadsden Elementary School District Board Member and Ex-Mayor of San Luis, Arizona, will appear in court Thursday:
Fuentes was originally indicted for trafficking ballots in San Luis and was scheduled to appear on May 12 of this year and plead “not guilty.”
However, indications are her guilty plea is the result of the 2000 Mules movie which is currently playing in 411 theaters across America and on the internet around the world.
D’Souza highlighted the sophisticated and groundbreaking investigative work of Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips proving numerous illegal ballot trafficking incidents in Yuma County, Arizona, and in other states.
“18 months ago, we knew that when the full story was told about Yuma, Arizona, it would reveal systematic, systemic, ballot trafficking with connections that spread nationwide,” Engelbrecht said. “It’s now happening, thankfully, with law enforcement fully engaged. Much more remains to be revealed in the days ahead.”
🔹Fuentes is charged with two Class 4 felonies alleging forgery and conspiracy, and two felonies of ballot abuse.
🔹Alma Yadira Juarez pleaded guilty and admitted to police that Fuentes gave her the ballots to stuff in drop boxes.
🔹2000 Mules featured the crimes of Guillermina Fuentes and Alma Juarez who were caught with hidden cameras setup by David Lara and Arizona State Senate candidate Gary Snyder. Their work was the culmination from years of investigating the ballot fraud operation.
🔹The investigation team provided the evidence to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich before the 2020 Presidential Election, but he waited until December 2020–after the election–to file these charges.
“Attorney General Brnovich of Arizona was given massive information on the fraud and so-called ‘irregularities’ that took place in the 2020 Presidential Election,” President Donald J. Trump said in a statement on April 18. “Many people said that he would do nothing about it because that just seems to be the way he is.”
“He wants to be politically correct,” Trump nailed it. “Because of the amount of time that it took him to do the report, which was endless, his poll numbers have been rapidly sinking.”
🔹Recent polling shows Trump was right as Brnovich, who is running as a RINO candidate for Senate, is experiencing big drops in his support numbers.
🔹Arizona GOP primary is set to be held on Aug. 2, and the winner will face incumbent Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ).
🔹This election will be a competitive race that could determine the fate of Congress.
🔹Biden “officially” defeated Trump by about 10,000 votes in the state because of the illegal voter and ballot fraud experienced in Arizona.
🔹Brnovich and Biden have experienced enormous declines in approval ratings since January 2021.
🔹Despite her indictment for election fraud, Fuentes continues to serve on the Gadsden Elementary School Board.
🔹Fuentes’ daughter, Lizeth Esparza, was hired by the Board as Superintendent of the district shortly after her indictment.
🔹Ballot harvesting is illegal in Arizona, with the state legislature having passed a law in 2016 to criminalize the mass collection of mail-in ballots, usually by political operatives.
🔹Watchdog organizations repeatedly indicate Democratic interest groups of engaging in mass ballot harvesting, and Arizona has used mass mail-in election procedures for decades.
A woke Wake County North Carolina preschool teacher has been caught using LGBTQ flash cards, including one featuring a pregnant man, to teach the young children their colors.
State Rep. Erin Paré (R), who was notified by email about the flash cards by a concerned parent, contacted the principal at Ballentine Elementary School.
“The principal found the stack of cards in a preschool classroom and verified with the teacher that they had been used by the teacher in the classroom to teach colors. The principal confirmed that the flash cards were not part of approved curriculum and that she was unaware that they were being used,” North Carolina Speaker of the House Tim Moore said in a statement.
“The principal immediately took possession of the cards, contacted the WCPSS area superintendent, and engaged human resources,” Moore continued. “The principal expressed appreciation for the constituent’s information via Rep. Paré, as she would not have known about the flash cards otherwise.”
The playing cards are made by a now-defunct company known as ByUs Box, which additionally made units of flash playing cards showcasing non-binary and transgender animals, gender impartial nursery rhymes and a ‘Blackness Collection.’
The cards “clearly do not meet the standard for a pre-school classroom,” Paré noted. “Schools should only be using age-appropriate materials, and these flashcards clearly do not meet that standard for a pre-school classroom. I hope schools across Wake County and the State of North Carolina will follow the example of Ballentine and respond swiftly when a parent expresses concern and ensure that materials like this are not being used to teach young students.”
Moore’s office revealed that in a poll released in May, 2022, North Carolina voters (57%) overwhelmingly supported passing legislation that would “make parents the primary decision-makers regarding their child’s health and medical decisions and provide parents with opt-out options regarding controversial surveys or age-inappropriate classroom materials.”
“The members of the North Carolina General Assembly are currently reviewing legislation to address this very concern. Parents deserve to know exactly what and how their children are being taught,” Moore said.
Children in Uvalde, Texas live in a community where a crime occurs every 11 hours 38 minutes on average.
On Tuesday, May 24,2022, the city experienced one of the most horrific crime events in Texas history. After executing his grandmother in her home that morning, Salvador Ramos, a troubled 18-year-old Uvalde High senior, sped to the nearby Ross Elementary School and shot multiple terrified students and adults with a handgun gun and rifle. By the end of mid-day, Ramos was killed by a Border Patrol officer (who chose not to wait for backup help), leaving over 20 people dead.
ESCALATING WAVES OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin warned us last year that his small city was especially plagued with growing problems caused by escalating waves of immigrants crossing illegally from Mexico.
🔹According to the most recent data from the FBI, the total crime rate in Uvalde is 4,249.1 per 100,000 people.
🔹That’s 81.12% higher than the national rate of 2,346.0 per 100,000 people.
🔹It is 57.87% higher than the Texas total crime rate of 2,691.5 per 100,000 people.
🔹In Uvalde you have a 1 in 24 chance of becoming a victim of crime.
🔹Uvalde is safer than only 5% of the cities in the United States.
🔹Since Joe Biden has been in office, crime in Uvalde has increased by 12.4%.
During a press conference in the nearby border city of Del Rio last October, McLaughlin spoke about his city’s troubles. He was particularly concerned about children and family safety.
“We’ve had to put our schools on lockdown 48 times this year since Jan. 1, so this (2021-22) school year, every school has officers in it,” he revealed. “The school district went out and hired more police officers, and now they’re at every school.”
‘BIDEN ILLEGAL ALIEN CRISIS’
Crime rates have exploded up in border towns due to what locals call “The Biden Illegal Alien Crisis.”
🔹Crimes are up in Brownsville, Harlingen, McAllen, Laredo, Eagle Pass and Del Rio.
🔹Cities not directly on the border, like San Antonio, Corpus Christi and Uvalde are experiencing similar crime surges.
A San Antonio veteran police officer, who asked not to be identified, was upfront about the causes.
“Our Chief (William) McManus is owned by Democrat operatives,” he said. “It’s common knowledge he aids and abets illegal alien transports here. He was caught a few years back helping a tractor trailer full of them escape behind a Wal-Mart and is supposed to being investigated by the Attorney General, but we don’t hear much about that anymore.”
“We know it’s all due to Democrat immigration policies to defund police, ICE, Border Patrol and squelch our ability to serve and protect,” he continued. “It’s all bullcrap. F**ck Joe Biden.”
Perhaps the Uvalde Mayor explained the key difference between border towns and inner cities best.
“Ours is not the same as y’all’s here in Del Rio,” McLaughlin said at the October meeting. “Ours is the ‘got-aways,’ the ‘get-aways,’ the people that are walking around cutting our ranchers’ fences.”
“They’re trashing houses. Our crime rate is up in Uvalde. I’m not saying 100 percent of it is from the migrants, but it’s up considerably,” the mayor added.
McLaughlin knows the increase in criminal activity in Uvalde is due, at least in great part, to the immigrant surge.
“I believe it, and so does my sheriff and the chief of police. We think at least part of it is the migrants coming through and trying to break into places,” McLaughlin said.
A big surge has been experienced in “bailouts.”
“At first, our problem was high-speed chases, and we were having three or four of those every day. Now we’ve got the chases stopped, but they come into town, and we run the license plates or DPS runs the license plates, and they don’t match the car. Then they speed up for two blocks, and everybody in the car bails out, and you’ve got 10 or 12 people that were in the car now running through town,” he said.
“My concern is, what are we going to do to stop this? With the surge you all had here in September, we were wide open,” he said. “There wasn’t a Border Patrol agent to be found in Uvalde. They even shut the checkpoint down.”
McLaughlin noted challenging issues with immigrants “riding the rails” east after they cross the border illegally.
‘PEDOPHILES, RAPISTS, MURDERERS’
“We have the trains that we stop in Uvalde every day, and we’re getting anywhere from 10 to 50 (immigrants) a day. On some days, 100,” he explained. “And now we’re finding out that some of those people are pedophiles, rapists, murderers.”
“They’re coming back on that train, and thankfully, Border Patrol is catching most of those people, but we really can’t get any information about what they’re doing with those people, where they’re taking them, and that’s concerns us,” the mayor said.
“We’re not against immigration, but there’s a right way to do it, and the way we’re doing it, the way this (Biden) administration is letting it take place, is wrong,” he noted.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick shared his take on Beto O’Rourke’s “political stunt” at Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s press conference Wednesday following the tragic shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde on “The Ingraham Angle.”
“I could never imagine that on this day when we were there to not only disseminate information and learn more, but were there to be with these families that he would pull such a political stunt,” Patrick said. “You know, I thought and I said in my comments after he finally left, that can’t we have just one day, one week, one month of us all coming together for these children that’s not a political stunt, not partisan politics?”
“Where’s our humanity? And what we found out is Beto O’Rourke was more interested in his political ambitions than he was about these families. And that’s what I think was really the tragedy of his behavior,” Patrick noted. “It showed he really didn’t care about these people and that’s what we were there for.”
During O’Rourke’s political stunt, Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin yelled, “[Y]ou’re a sick son of a b—- that would come to a deal like this to make a political issue.”
Someone in the audience yelled at O’Rourke “get the f— out of here” with another male voice booming,” Uvalde doesn’t deserve your nonsense and we don’t want you here.”
On the Fox News “Hannity” program Mayor McLaughlin said it is “too important” in the aftermath of tragedy to properly reflect, and allow public officials to provide grieving families the information they need without political histrionics.
“That was not the time and place to have that discussion. If he wants to have that discussion, that’s fine. But today at that conference was not the time or place to do that,” he said.
“My heart is broken for these families that lost these children… but that’s the problem. Every time we have one of these, it’s a political deal. What happened to the grown men that we elected to represent us in Congress?”
For years, those who investigate and study ballot harvesting and election fraud rings know that “mule gangs” or “rings” do much of the dirty work.
Such crimes are additionally perpetuated by postal employees, nurses, assisted living workers, homeless shelters, and voter impersonators (especially in jurisdictions where voter identification is not required).
🔹Big Media, Big Tech, Big Pharma and other propagandists routinely swear by, and use CDC, FDA, FBI and other manipulated/ever-changing databases for their slanted narratives. (The VAERS is a classic example for vaccination injuries).
However, they stay far away from the most accurate database of proven instances of election fraud:
🔹As of May 22, 2022, the Heritage Foundation Election Fraud Databasecontains 1,357 proven instances of election fraud, a number that continues to increase almost weekly.
🔹Americans are turning away from the fake news–who flagrantly dismiss the issue of election fraud– and remain opposed to all prudent and intelligent efforts to improve the security and fairness of the election process.
🔹2000 Mules and the Heritage Fraud Database prove the media wtong in their persistent stance that voter fraud is merely a myth.
🔹Not included in that database are the 156 criminal referrals made by Florida election officials in the state’s nine largest counties in cases connected to the 2020 election.
🔹Many (George Soros bought) prosecutors have refused to investigate or prosecute those cases, as reported by the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
🔹In August 2017, the New York Post interviewed a ringleader in the New Jersey/New York area with decades of experience in ballot fraud.
“You have a postman who is…working in Bedminster or some Republican stronghold,” the tipster revealed. “He can take those [filled-out] ballots, and knowing 95% are going to a Republican, he can just throw those in the garbage.”
He indicated they paid nurses in assisted living centers and gathered up the homeless in shelters to fill out false ballots. Even Democrat election officials were privy to “bends on ballot” corners or marks to tell them to pass them on through the system.
SIMPLE INTRODUCTION TO BALLOT CHEATING
Ballot harvesting occurs by gathering illegal mail-in ballots from shelters, nursing homes, apartments and dormitories. In the documentary 2000 Mules, security camera footage and cellphone ping tracking revealed “mules” were used to traffick mail ballots into drop boxes, typically under the dark cover of night by those commissioned to deliver hundreds, if not thousands, of ballots each over weeks of the period allotted for returning mail ballots.
🔹Ballot harvesting is the collection and return of ballots by someone other than the voter.
🔹Ballots are picked up at pre-designated headquarters and sent by “mules” throughout the surrounding counties.
🔹Each “mule” ring has assigned areas for dropping off ballots, often crossing state lines, and designed for the purpose cheating the election.
Formal schools and homeschooling may both be good education systems, however more parents are recognizing the advantages for their children attending non-government run schools.
🔹In the spring of 2019 there were about 2.5 million homeschool students in grades K-12 in the United States.
🔹The homeschool population is continuing to grow (at an estimated 2% to 8% per annum over the past few years).
🔹By March 2022, there were an estimated 5.1 million homeschool students in grades K-12 in the United States. This represented about 9% of school-age children.
Linda C., a 28 year-old mother of two elementary age children in central Texas, recently decided after the 2021-22 school year to make changes. Her husband, Javier and she have elected to join a growing group of families in their area to homeschool “beginning immediately.”
“With so much politics, indoctrination and questions about curriculum–like critical race theory and teaching sex education to 6 year olds–we are happy with our decision to homeschool,” Linda said.
“We waited for the school term to be over to make this move,” Javier explained. “We believe in prayer. These schools may teach basics like math, reading, writing and stuff, but the soft skills of manners, getting along and figuring out things for yourself is important.”
In their research, the couple found “the homeschool opportunities are endless,” Linda continued. “We have a wonderful library, the internet is rich with information and curriculum. There are opportunities to learn from field trips. The local farmers, ranchers, the emergency management services, are some that came to mind.
Other parents they have talked with point out that for them, “homeschooling is more flexible in educating, especially soft skills,” Linda continued. “Because there are so many kinds of soft skills it takes time to learn them then teach them gradually. We’re talking about things like time management, team work, communication, leadership, critical thinking, decision making.”
“Homeschooling, by its very nature, teaches soft skills,” says Laura Young, a Christian homeschool teacher who has former students now homeschooling children. “Students learn time management when they aren’t restricted to certain class periods, but still need to finish their work by the deadline.”
They learn “teamwork when they finish a household project together (such as making dinner), communication through being part of the family and learning to get along, leadership when they are placed in charge of a project, critical thinking through everyday life that isn’t planned in advance, same with decision making,” she expressed.
“All these things are an important part of why homeschooling is superior to any other method. And the beauty of it is that these skills are taught organically through doing life together instead of artificially using workbooks.”
Research on homeschooling show that the home-educated are doing well, typically above average, on measures of social, emotional, and psychological development.
According to National Home Education Research Institute, measures include peer interaction, self-concept, leadership skills, family cohesion, participation in community service, and self-esteem.
The most common reasons given for homeschooling is to provide a safer environment for children and youth, because of physical violence, drugs and alcohol, psychological abuse, racism, and improper and unhealthy sexuality associated with institutional schools.
Other reasons given for homeschooling include:
customize or individualize the curriculum and learning environment for each child,
accomplish more academically than in schools,
use pedagogical approaches other than those typical in institutional schools,
enhance family relationships between children and parents and among siblings,
provide guided and reasoned social interactions with youthful peers and adults,
provide a safer environment for children and youth, because of physical violence, drugs and alcohol, psychological abuse, racism, and improper and unhealthy sexuality associated with institutional schools, and
as an alternative education approach when public or private institutional schools are closed due to acute health situations such as related to disease (e.g., Covid-19, Coronavirus)
protect minority children from racism in public schools or lower expectations of children of color (e.g., black) (e.g., Fields-Smith, 2020; Mazama & Lundy, 2012).
teach and impart a particular set of values, beliefs, and worldview to children and youth.
The home-educated typically score higher on SATs and ACT than their public-school counterparts. Homeschool students are increasingly being actively recruited by colleges.
Homeschool students score above average on achievement tests regardless of their parents’ level of formal education or their family’s household income.
Whether homeschool parents were ever certified teachers is not related to their children’s academic achievement.
Degree of state control and regulation of homeschooling is not related to academic achievement.
Home-educated students typically score above average on the SAT and ACT tests that colleges consider for admissions.
Homeschool students are increasingly being actively recruited by colleges.
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