Dr. Raymond Moore, in his book Better Late than Early
- Ninety-five percent of homeschoolers had an adequate comprehension of politics and government, compared to 65% of
- Seventy-one percent of homeschool graduates participate in ongoing community service activities, including politics, compared to 37% of adults in similar ages.
- Eighty-eight percent of HS graduates are members of organizations (community groups, church, or professional organizations) compared to 50% of
- Significantly, 76% of homeschool graduates voted in a national or state election within the past 5 years, compared to 29 percent of similar
Colleges and Universities all around the nation have realized the positive benefits of attracting homeschoolers. Research indicates that homeschoolers who have gone to college have no social skill deprivation, exhibit greater leadership skills, demonstrated stronger work ethic and had higher moral values, integral in their college success.