I am disappointed in your “Harms of Homeschooling” article (found here, scroll down to page 7). From your wording and sources it seems that your main concern is Christian fundamentalism and how these Christians are not walking in lockstep with the state to make sure their children fall in line with secular humanist state beliefs. I did not learn anything new or factual about homeschooling. The article was more of the typical unfounded and undocumented fear mongering against those who have decided to take on the responsibility of their child’s education (of which they take seriously). Did you mean the article to be an opinion piece? Or were you asked by someone to provide “evidence” against homeschooling? People who already have negative ideas about homeschooling will gain no new ammunition from your article, and those who actually know the facts about homeschooling will only be persuaded that there are those in society who fear the homeschooling movement and will do anything, including baseless lying, to attempt to convince others against home education.
Others who have refuted this article much more succinctly and thoughtfully with less emotion than myself:
West on the Harms of Homeschooling by Milton Gaither
The Harms of Homeschooling? Where are the Premises? by National Home Education Research Institute
The Harms of Homeschooling: A Retort by Razzed (read the comments on here too)