GRAY, Tenn., June 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Recent estimates reveal that some nine million Americans have been homeschooled as of February 2020 (NHERI.org). Companies seeking to reach this market are now able to view the Homeschooling in 2021 Market Survey Report brought to you by The Old Schoolhouse® in May 2021. With this report, companies can visually see how to effectively target their marketing efforts to the homeschooling community. They are now able to view consumer advertising preferences, changes in curriculum buying patterns, and consumer product feature preferences in 2021. The main objective of this study was to determine specific aspects of homeschool family demographics and preferences, including the size and makeup of the average homeschool family; changes in homeschool family demographics; average extracurricular expenditures; faith-based versus secular preferences in material choices; digital versus hardcopy preferences; spending habits for curriculum, co-ops, and private tutors; trending social media platforms used by homeschooling parents; popular teaching methods used within the homeschooling community; and more.
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(The Center Square) – A grassroots group of conservatives and Republican state leaders is pushing back after the Biden administration tied federal education funding to adopting controversial critical race theory teachings in schools' curriculum.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- HarperCollins Christian Publishing today announced the launch of HarperChristian Resources, a new imprint that will realign the company's curriculum and study-based publishing strategy. The initiative will bring together all curriculum products previously published under Thomas Nelson or Zondervan under the new HarperChristian Resources imprint encompassing all church curriculum and small-group study resources in order to streamline and strengthen HarperCollins Christian Publishing's position in the Bible study market among ministries and churches.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Seattle-based Code Fellows and Nashville's Pivot Tech School are partnering to help underrepresented minorities obtain skills in software development, ops and cybersecurity.