A SENSE OF SELF by Susannah Sheffer
LISTENING TO HOMESCHOOLED ADOLESCENT GIRLS

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Recent research has shown that many adolescent girls come to distrust their own perceptions. This book shows that homeschooled adolescent girls have a much stronger sense of self.
 

About Susannah Sheffer

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Susannah Sheffer is the editor of Growing Without Schooling magazine. Her previous books include A Life Worth Living: Selected Letters of John Holt, A Sense of Self: Listening to Homeschooled Adolescent Girls and Writing Because We Love To: Homeschoolers at Work. Her essays and poems have been published in several magazines and she is the editor of Heinemann's Innovators in Education series. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Boynton/Cook Pub. 191 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Young Adult. Non-fiction

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In interviews she conducted with 55 girls who have opted to learn at home rather than in conventional schools, Sheffer, editor of Growing Without Schooling magazine, has established that their enhance

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In interviews she conducted with 55 girls who have opted to learn at home rather than in conventional schools, Sheffer, editor of Growing Without Schooling magazine, has established that their enhanced self-esteem is a noticeable by-product.

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