|Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. founded the National Home Education Research Institute in 1990 as a 501(c)3 non-profit research organization, and is the president of the institute. He holds his Ph.D. in science education from Oregon State University, his M.S. in zoology from Ohio University, and his B.S. in biology from the University of Puget Sound. Dr. Ray has been a middle school and high school classroom teacher in both public and private schools, an undergraduate college professor, and a university professor at the graduate level. He is a leading international expert with regard to homeschool research. Dr. Ray executes and publishes research, speaks to the public, testifies before legislators, and serves as an expert witness in courts.|
- Ensuring Scientific Literacy
- Common Challenges to and Succeeding in Home-Based Education (for parents who think or feel they are new to homeschooling)
- Swimming Upstream: The Water Gets Clearer (or, Why You Should [Continue to] Homeschool [at Any Age])
- Whatever! Why Not Be Part of the 87%? (General Session)
- High Test Scores: Is That Why We Homeschool?
- Isolationism or Teaching Them When They Lie, Sit, Rise, and Walk
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