A. Homeschooling means different things to different people. For some families, homeschooling means duplicating school at home, complete with textbooks, report cards, and regularly scheduled field trips. For others, homeschooling is simply the way they live their lives: children and adults living and learning together with a seamlessness that would challenge an observer to determine which was “home” and which was “school.” If you think of these styles of homeschooling as lying at either end of a continuum, you would find homeschoolers scattered along that continuum, demonstrating every possible variation of what homeschooling could mean.