Since Jen is a research phenom, she provided me with all the provided me the legit academic references for all the books and articles she mentioned in this episode:
Alboher, M. (2007). One person/multiple careers: A new model for work/life success. New York: Business Plus.
Chatham-Carpetner, A. (1994). Home vs. public schoolers’ relationships: Differences in social networks. Home School Researcher 10(1), 15-24.
Hewitt, B. (2014). Home Grown: Adventures in parenting off the beaten path, unschooling, and reconnecting with the natural world. Boulder, CO: Roost.
Hewitt, B. (2014, August 12). We don't need no education. Outside online. Retrieved from: https://www.outsideonline.com/1928266/we-dont-need-no-education
Gray, P. & Riley, G. (2013). The challenges and benefits of unschooling, according to 232 families who have chosen that route. Journal of Unschooling and Alternative Learning 7(14). Full article available at: http://jual.nipissingu.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2014/06/v72141.pdf
Holt, J. & Farenga, P. (2003). Teach your own: The John Holt book of homeschooling. New York, NY: Da Capo.
Otto, B. (2015). Literacy development in early childhood. Long Grove, IL: Waveland.
Ray, B.D. (2010). Academic achievement and demographic traits of homeschool students: A nationwide study. Academic Leadership: The online Journal, 8.http://www.academicleadership.org/