Brian Ray, Ph.D.

GHEC 2016 Research Topics:
Transmission of Culture, Religion, and Affinity for Home Education to Adults Who Were Homeschooled, Public Schooled & Private Schooled
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An International Comparative Study of the Barriers to Parents Choosing to Home Educate Their Children
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President, National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI)

Brian D. Ray is internationally known for his research on homeschooling. He is the founding president of the nonprofit National Home Education Research Institute in Oregon, U.S.A. Brian has been investigating the homeschool movement for over 30 years. He holds a PhD in science education from Oregon State University, an MS in zoology from Ohio University, and a BS in Biology from the University of Puget Sound. Brian is a former professor of science and education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, a former classroom teacher in both public and private schools, and he has taught homeschool students. Dr. Ray does research and speaking across the United States and internationally that focuses on home-based education research and pedagogy, and serves as an expert witness in court cases and to government bodies on home education and other matters.

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See You In Rio

Our Past Work

GHEC 2012

Berlin Declaration