It's believed that two-million U.S. kids are homeschooled. Parents do it for many reasons. Some do it for religious reasons. Others do it because they've lost faith in the public school system. Others still simply because they want to protect their kids from bad influences and bullies at school. What is the process for a parent to homeschool their child? And, do homeschool children learn more or less than traditional students? And, how do we know parents can make good teachers?