Elizabeth Bartholet is the Wasserstein public interest professor of law and faulty director of the Law School’s Child Advocacy Program. She believes that parents should not be allowed to homeschool their children because it could hide child abuse scenarios and keep them from contributing to society. She says that while states have regulations that must be met, there is very little that is required of parents and no true way of ensuring everything is accurate and honest. Also, Bartholet mentions how over 90 percent of people who homeschool are Christians and many do so for religious purposes. The main concern she voices with this is that these Christian families advocate for white supremacy and female submission.