Sarah Dickinson educates her three children at home in Portstewart and is opposed to the proposals to change the way home schooling is monitored
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Home school parents angry over plans to monitor their teaching

Parents in Northern Ireland who want to educate their children at home are angry at new guidance which could see their teaching being monitored by education boards.

They have gathered support from politicians and are lobbying the authorities.

BBC News NI Education Correspondent Maggie Taggart reports.

  • 26 Jun 2014