Most knowledge is universal so no matter where students are the bulk of the material is relevant, however there is still a need for local content. S.C.E.E. is the warehouse in Brisbane with the contract to supply the South Pacific. They have taken seriously the need to supply material suitable for the different countries in [...]
The A.C.E. NZ Year 13 Academic Certificate has been officially recognised by all New Zealand universities for 14 years now. Each university has accepted many A.C.E. graduates and there is nothing to suggest that this will not continue. Because the ACE Academic Council recognises HENZ as providing appropriate oversight our students are able to gain [...]
Yes and yes. Many teenagers are able to study subjects in depth and learn from apprenticeships, work experience and travel. It is definitely possible to pursue a tertiary education and homeschoolers are doing it now! Employers are actively recruiting young people with the skills which homeschooling fosters. A.C.E. has qualifications recognised by NZ universities.
Neither are 90% or other homeschooling parents. It depends on what you mean by qualified. No one is more qualified to educate your children than you their parents. The vast majority of homeschooling parents are not professional teachers.