(NYTIMES) — More military parents are embracing home schooling, rejecting the age-old tradition of switching schools for their children when they are redeployed.

They are finding support on bases, which are providing resources for families and opening their doors to home-schooling cooperatives.

“If there’s a military installation, there’s very likely home-schoolers there if you look,” said Nicole McGhee, 31, of Cameron, N.C., a mother of three with a husband stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina who runs a Facebook site on military home schooling.

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