That was a great article. I know MANY full time rvers that do this basic thing. Most have an rv of some sort but several travel in a van. Roadschooling is not much different than homeschooling except that they have options that we don't have. As for being homeless...no they aren't. Their house just does not look like yours.
I am not homeless because I live in an RV. My friends are not just because they live in a double wide (or single wide). Nor is the lady I know who lives in a yurt. It is just different.
I love talking to kids that have grown up on the road. They have an amazing ability to have a coherent conversation with anyone, full grown or small. They have experiences that most kids never have. They also have the same experiences that every other kid has.
Thanks for posting this article.