The USA was the first country where homeschooling became a big movement. Initially, homeschooling was mainly practised by white american parents and a hand full of black parents. However, since 2007 black american homeschoolers have become the fastest growing minority in the homeschooling movement. If you browse on the Internet, you will find several website dedicated to black homeschoolers.
On the African continent, homeschooling was mainly limited to South Africa, where it grew exponencially since 1994. Homeschooling does occur on a small scale in countries such as Botswana and Kenya. However, more and more articles are published about homeschooling in other African countries. Read more.
Recently, an article was published Daily Monitor about a family that homeschooled their children in Uganda. The Magaras family decided to homeschool their children because of the values that were taught at the schools.
It seems that their eldest child has been admitted to the University of Cape based on the result of an Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Click here to read the article in the Daily Monitor.