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Survey: home educators’ experience with local authorities (England)

Survey: home educator’s experiences with local authorities 
Liverpool Hope University senior lecturer in childhood studies Dr Harriet Pattison, author of Rethinking Learning to Read, and Rose Arnold of Suitable Education are carrying out research into home educators experiences with their local authorities. We know that people’s experiences can be very different and we are wanting to collect evidence on experiences and factors which might impact this.
If you are a home educator living in England who is known to your local authority please add your voice.
This questions can be completed in 15 mins for multiple choice only but there is opportunity to share more if you choose, please allow more time if so.
If you do have any questions about the research or about your part in it email addresses are given in the intro of the survey and you can contact either researcher.

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