I am a homeschool graduate and felt before I read this book like I had already read every argument for homeschooling. I thought I had a rock-solid apologetic for it and was truly shocked by the unashamed, assaultive questioning our family has had to endure for homeschooling. Never have I had better answers for why we homeschool until after reading this book. It was so powerful I shared it with a local pastor, who likewise was so overtaken by the disturbing facts in this book he is putting together a series for his congregation to help them better understand the schools they are sending their children to. The writers of the book themselves admitted to being shocked by their findings, as they pull together the testimony of experts, educators, philosophers, theologians, and many others who have seen and learned first hand what happens in America's public schools. This book busts the fallacious idea that education can be neutral and that public school is an acceptable alternative to distinctively Christian education. I would strongly urge skeptics of homeschooling and all those who use public education to read the best arguments against it and determine afterwards whether they can truly keep affording to send their kids out to be indoctrinated, not educated.