HEN surveys provide the best Australian data on the Who, How and Why of home education.
Since 2015, this data has proven enormously useful in accurately representing our community both to government and in the media e.g. by exploding a myth of widespread non-registration.
One of the most interesting of this year’s results was that home educators become less structured over time. There has been anecdotal evidence of this for many years, but now we have evidence. Respondents rated their home education style as 63% structured at the outset, and 44% structured now.
You can read the full survey report below. Links to past surveys are below this year’s report.