I know it is possible. I am employed as a teacher, but I support the right of parents to home school. The only caveat is that the parent should have some sort of accreditation or test to assure that they are intelligent enough and able to successfully teach at home. In my state, anyone can home school--at least as far as I know--and I think high school dropouts who can barely spell or speak proper English should prove their ability to function as a teacher.
by Bema Self6 years ago
I personally feel that to require children to go to school against their wishes or the wishes of their parents, under penalty of going to jail or losing their children, is involuntary servitude, which is prohibited by...
by tgopfrich6 years ago
Home school or Public School?I haven't ever thought about this until today. Now it's all I can think about for my little 5 month old Liam! What are every bodies thoughts?!
by Miss Knowledge7718 months ago
What are some pros and cons for homeschooling your child?I've noticed in my adult years that quite a bit of what's being taught in some schools is inaccurate information. Some of this bad information was not unlearned...
by Shil19787 years ago
What's your opinion on homeschooling?
by steve-bc-ca7 years ago
I was involved in a forum discussing whether teachers should be held accountable for a students success. I started thinking about the possibilities of home schooling, but I don't have any information on the subject and...
by yankeeintexas5 years ago
Which is better:nPublic School, Home School, or Private School? Why?
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