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Expanding the horizon for home-school students

Advocates cite wider range of shared outside activities as helping fuel growth of practice once relegated to fringe

By Lisa Kocian
Globe Staff / December 6, 2007

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Eight-year-old Ben Shapiro's days are a blur of gymnastics, piano playing, and art history lessons. He can also be found doing fractions, reading a biography of Marco Polo, and, soon, delving into physics. But he's not at school. And he's not alone. (Full article: 1128 words)

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