Do you think home schooling should be regulated?
Do you think home schooling ought to be regulated like other schools? Please share your thoughts and note where you live (different states may approach the topic differently). Testing for subject proficiency? In Michigan it has become somewhat of an issue in regards to truant children being pulled from schools and switched to "home schooling" for parents to avoid consequences of their child's truancy. This is not to say all home schooling is done for previously truant children.
if as a parent, you have the ability to teach your child at home, confirm that he can score good results , I think you should. In our country, NOBODY homeschool kids. Every kids and students goes to school by hook or by crook
I would think that they would miss out on socialization and some important learning experiences. I think it really shouldn't exist.but if.it works for some people then I think it is their choice
But do you think that those who are home schooled should be subjected to the same testing as public school kids? For instance, if they don't test to their math level should they be required to return to public/private accredited schools?
by steve-bc-ca7 years ago
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by Davinagirl38 years ago
I have decided to home school my daughter. We can't really afford private schools, and public schools have destroyed their curriculum with standardized tests. I am curious to see what you all think.
by Victoria Stephens11 months ago
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by NessaMetharam6 years ago
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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...
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