A growing number of muslims home school their children

HAMILTON,VA – JANUARY 14:
Home schooled muslim children gather at the library in Sterling for an art class once a week taught by Jean Mc Tigue (CQ). On January 14, they make collages with their names. Ashraf Ullah, 13, bottom, L, and his twin brother Tariq, upper R, work on their project with others. A growing number of Muslims choose to home school their children.
(Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

Valerie Strauss covers education and runs The Answer Sheet blog.

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