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The Homeschool Dropout

Mike Roberts
Education for KidsEducationKids & Family

Challenging prevailing stereotypes and stigmas about homeschooling and helping parents and students bridge the gap between homeschooling and the professional world.


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Latest Episodes

This week, join Natalie Goodman, a full time homeschooler who managed to make her way into a competitive university, graduate in accounting, and work at one of the big four accounting firms. Natalie shares her thoughts on her younger years being home... more

8 days ago

At just 18 years old, Abe is just now leaving his homeschooling days and looking at the rest of his life. In this episode, he opens up about what it's like making friends as a homeschooler, the joys of being taught how to love learning, his successes... more

15 days ago

Zach Morrell joins us to talk about his years being homeschooled in Las Vegas, Nevada. He shares his thoughts about homeschool structure and the benefits that he experiences now in his profession. He opens up about concerns he has regarding homeschoo... more

22 days ago


5 out of 5 stars from 12 ratings
  • Awesome podcast!

    This podcast does a wonderful job of exploring the ins and outs of what it is like to be homeschooled, beyond the stigmas of today’s society. Worth a listen, and very needed in our conversations surrounding education

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 days ago
  • Love these podcasts!

    As a homeschool mom of 20+ years and still homeschooling my youngest…it’s great to hear these homeschool stories and experiences of homeschoolers! I was not homeschooled myself so it’s fun to hear there is some validation in what I have dedicated much of my life to! Great conversations Mike! I love your insights as well and the different perspectives from so many who have been homeschooled! Thanks for putting these stories out there!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States18 days ago
  • Great perspective

    I love the perspective this podcast takes. Getting into the heads of homeschoolers is helping me make my own decision on whether I should homeschool or not. Love it!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Stay Tuned

    This podcast has a range of guests who are providing a range of experiences and insights into the world of Homeschooling. I think this podcast is valuable because of the growing need of these insights and experiences to be shared to those curious about homeschooling, currently homeschooling and grandparents seeking to support or learn more about homeschooling. Stay Tuned because this podcast will grow to be right on par with the needs of parents across the world.

    Apple Podcasts
    Oscar malia
    United Statesa month ago
  • The Homeschool Dropout

    Love this podcast. Its very hard for many families to break away from compulsory, state mandated, government controlled education. There are so many fears associated with such a decision. Probably the biggest being the unknown. Will your children turn out well? Will they be able to go to college? Will they be socially adjusted? Will they be able to be gainfully employed? Through these podcasts, an honest look at what has been for what has been and can be is taken. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago

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