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    I really intend to home school my daughter.
    How about the social aspects?

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    I imagine you compensate for that by getting involved in various children‘s clubs for sports, hobbies etc. Belonging to a church that doesn’t isn’t completely degenerate is an option for some also - increasingly hard today, however. Of course, I don’t speak from experience.
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    People home school too when they are aware of the failing public schools in their local area; it goes beyond religion. Many home schooled children tend to be better educated and enjoy more academic success since teachers try to balance "slower" children with their accelerated learners based on fairness or equal model. I have a few friends who home school, but they place their children back into public schools for a few reasons. The students may require special extra-curricular activities like band or baseball, and subjects become more difficult and numerous as they progress into high school years. I never met a disrespectful home schooled child, and schools have so many behavioral problems to cope with in a classroom. Too many parents treat schools as "babysitters" and not learning institutions. Home schooling is not difficult if the child learns to read early in public schools, like in first grade. Teaching reading skills take lots of patience. If the child does not get accepted into honor programs early on, then, his or her education will be "average" and meet minimal requirements in the US.

    Home schooled children have more free time without filler activities throughout the day. Usually, they complete their studies within 4-5 hours. They play in the neighborhood and join local sports or dance programs to keep busy and fit. They also meet up at playgrounds with other home schooled children and enjoy special outings more often with their parent(s). I don't see social skills deficits, but they are close to their family and friends for healthy socialization.

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    I believe that children are well served by interacting with other children in a school environment. The problem is the environment that is being offered today.

    While homeschooling might be a preferable alternative, I believe that the future lies in parents banding together and forming their own schools. Truly independent schools that can accept and decline pupils as they see fit and teach what they feel is right in a manner that agrees with them. The stuff that a child needs to learn is not a secret.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgje View Post
    I really intend to home school my daughter.
    How about the social aspects?
    That seems to be a popular argument against homeschooling / in favour of public schooling. On a closer look it turns out to be completely bogus.

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    I imagine you compensate for that by getting involved in various children‘s clubs for sports, hobbies etc. Belonging to a church that doesn’t isn’t completely degenerate is an option for some also - increasingly hard today, however. Of course, I don’t speak from experience.
    Correct or forms of rotating team work. Small groups are superior to the age standardized 30+ group one finds in public schools. How do people think kids socialized, before public schooling was common?

    Right now, with the lockdown, homeschoolers are at an advantage as well. I also think that numbers of homeschoolers will go up for that and a number of other reasons. The only problem is that usually, you still will be forced to pay for public schooling.

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    Homeschooling means that you can apply the principles of Pink Floyd to your child's learning:

    "We don't need no education; we don't need no thought control!"

    In the age of a power grab to deny civil and human rights, it's more important than ever to keep our kids in the nest. It must be recalled that tutoring was the original method of instruction and that parents were in charge of curriculum, but public schools have been used to indoctrinate ethnic and racial demagoguery against the host population and to serve foreign lobbies, not to mention immorality and dependency upon politicians for everything from cradle to the grave. All of this has destroyed nuclear families as building blocks of society.

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    Home schooling

    I'm home schooling now since public schools are closed. It is easier if you have a post-secondary background. I think my kids are doing higher quality work compared to other peers as I see posted work on their web sites. We teach them more science and hands on activities. It is about the quality of time investment with children and about having open conversations too in learning. I can teach more cultural things from art and places using the Internet and Youtube science tutorials. It's cool actually.

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