Luis Huerta

Professor of Public Policy and Education at Columbia University

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Professor of Public Policy and Education at Teachers College of Columbia University

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Court Ruling May Signal Changes For Homeschooling

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Home schooling is on the increase as an alternative to what's called the "cultural monopoly" of public schools.

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