U.S. Secretary of Education John King is receiving criticism for his recent statements claiming that children who are homeschooled have fewer options than those enrolled in schools. At a recent breakfast event sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor, Secretary King told reporters that he had mixed feelings about homeschooling children.

According to Politico, King noted that while he knew many homeschooling families do it “incredibly well” and homeschooled students have had “very tremendous academic success,” he believed homeschooled children are not “getting the range of options that are good for all kids.” King added that he was worried “students who are homeschooled are not getting kind of the rapid instructional experience they would get in school,” unless their parents are “very intentional about it.” READ MORE