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More African-Americans Being Home Schooled

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More African-Americans Being Home Schooled

More African-Americans Being Home Schooled

More African-Americans Being Home Schooled

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For some, the term "homeschooling" might evoke images of conservative Christian families or isolated rural areas. But according to the National Center for Education Studies, the number of African Americans being home schooled is growing.

This week's Mocha Moms — Jolene Ivey, Cheli English Figaro, Joby Dupree and Shawn Spence — discuss the benefits and challenges of home schooling.

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