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Discrimination, insensitivity pushes US Muslims to home schooling

"As with home-schoolers of any affiliation, questions arise about socialization. Abdul-Malik Ahmad, a 34-year-old Web developer, was home-schooled in Beltsville in the 1980s and ’90s. While he said overall it was a positive experience (he now home-schools his daughter), it had drawbacks."
Discrimination, insensitivity pushes US Muslims to home schooling « Rupee News

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