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    I'm not surprised more and more people are withdrawing their children from state indoctrination centres. I'd certainly consider home schooling if the pc processing gets more intense or educational standards continue to decline. I know those running the state education system (in the UK) keep telling us that every year standards and results are improving, but anecdotal and my own experience tell me otherwise.

    Coincidentally I was just looking at schools and OFSTED reports as we're planning on moving home a few miles and the little one's going to need a new nursery and school.

    I can't find statistics on the ethnic composition of students in local schools. It shouldn't be too much of a problem here, as happily this isn't a particularly 'vibrant' area. The government always seems to be very keen on their 'ethnic monitoring' (in the interest of promoting diversity). You'd think they might publish this interesting and useful information somewhere, for the benefit of those they pretend to represent.
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    I think that educational standars have fallen over time and that the system simply does not challenge kids they way they should be challenged.

    To see this most clearly, read Lord Chesterfields letters to his son. When the letters start the boy is about 14 years of age and the Lord tells him to basically study up on international treaties, like the Westphalian one. This is not the kind of homework assignment that 14-yearold would get today.

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    We homeschool. I see no point in sending our children to government indoctrination centers to be taught what we don't believe and to be fed propaganda rather than true history.

    While there are some who keep their children isolated as part of their homeschooling (and that's their business) we (along with most others) have our children active and out and about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainman View Post
    Everyone must attend school so its the perfect place to mold the ideals, values, and thinking of the entire population. It's mostly about social conditioning".
    This sums it up. It sounds drastic, paranoid and a little idealistic, but schools really are nothing but camps for conditioning. David Icke put it well in a recent interview when he said that modern 'learning' is simply about regurgitating data and being rewarded for it. The better you are at regurgitating data, the more you're rewarded for it and the more likely you are to be put in a position where your role is to relay that same data onto new students... and the cycle continues.

    Furthermore, many of my local schools consist of a majority Asians/Muslims. The white Brits are a vast minority. Whilst I intend to teach my children to respect other races and cultures, I'd prefer for them to be mostly surrounded by their own kin and culture. A school where the children are overwhelmingly non-native will, by its very nature, avoid instilling a sense of culture and heritage. So I'd like to home-school - though I can see time being an issue. Hopefully the nature of my own work will allow for it.
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    Since the state pays for all black schools and all hispanic schools and the rest I would think it would be reasonable that a group with enough funds could start a private ethnic school. I don't see how it can hold up in court that an all black school is ok but an all white one is illegal. Instead of Catholic school send them to a folkish Asatru school lol

    But education today keeps going at a younger and younger age- longer and longer hours. Severing a child from their parents. Generally I think parents should teach their children values and grandparents and cousins and such- not some institution. They are stealing a part of yourself away from you. Doesn't anyone feel sad when they their little child go off to school- a child that adores you and wants to be like you- only to come home ten years later droning on "must obey-must obey" like some brainwashed slave of the state. You would think that parents could sense this and feel something is wrong. Or when you sever a child from his/her family- child comes back acting like a negro or an arab (similar with TV). They did a study where a chimp was raised with a human. The study was supposed to monitor how much human like behaviours would be picked up by the chimp. Almost none. Instead the human child didn't learn to speak correctly and instead made chimp noises speaking half english half chimp. The child learned to walk and act like a chimp. The chimp itself being more instinctual picked up very little. The higher developed humans inherently are wired towards learning and to cut them from their culture and people is to sever thousands or hundreds of thousands of years of cultural development. This is the collective wisdom of all the ancestors and kins folk whose shoulders we stand on to reach our higher civilized state of being. Am I the only one that thinks taking a child from its family is a little crazy? Sure I guess they come home a few hours at night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oski View Post
    I think a strong home will instill the right values. Public or private schools will give the child a social life and not a shut-in lack of interaction. If you are a good parent you can talk to your kids about what they "learned" during the day and correct whatever you view as wrong or unbalanced.
    The problem is children don't always relay exactly what they learned during their day at school. Things an adult might pick up on, a child will likely not see as anything worth mentioning. Also, children usually believe what they first hear. Allowing your children to be educated in a school also allows the opportunity for a stranger to have the first word on an issue. Teachers might also try to correct what a child's parents have already taught them. Another thing is, being homeschooled does not mean the children will be shut-in and have lack of social interaction. There are plenty of homeschooling groups, church groups, sports teams, camps, lessons, etc. to enroll one's children in so that they can make friends. Parents, if anything, will have better control over who they're interacting with and the quality of the children they're interacting with will probably be better too.

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    Homeschooling?

    Do any of you homeschool and what is the best curriculum and where can you find a support group? How long each day do you homeschool and what requirements do you have? What has worked and what hasn't?

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    Do You or Will You Homeschool Your Children?

    I intend to home school my future children, as I don't trust the Marxist brainwashing machine that is the public schooling system in the U.K.

    The only drawback I could see would be lack of social interaction with other children, but given the types of children state schools tend to raise I'm not sure I would want my children associating with them. Even though I live in a highly white, rural area most tend to grow up acting like Negroids, with ingrained egalitarian and multicultural outlooks. I believe extra-curricular clubs like sports and martial arts etc, could solve the social aspect that they would otherwise miss out on, whilst providing some discipline and useful skill sets.

    What are other members thoughts on this? How much do you trust the curriculum of state run schools in your countries? Are you even allowed to? Do you home school or intend to for your own offspring? What do or will you teach them that runs contrary to mainstream education?

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