Homeschooling saw an uptick during the pandemic as children were forced to stay home. Years later, many families have chosen to continue at-home education instead of returning to the public school system. There is little to no regulation of homeschooling in the U.S. – with 11 states, including Michigan, not requiring homeschooled children to be counted or registered. Correspondent Dan Lieberman travels to Detroit where there is an ongoing debate over the need for more oversight for homeschool.   

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