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Purple Butterfly has her opinions but can't back them up. A college degree doesn't make you a good teacher. I want to avoid the kind of socialization that occurs in schools. Homeschooled kids do great in the real world. Schools aren't the real world. Homeschooled get to be around people of lots of different ages. Homeschooled parents aren't afraid they have to be brave to do what they are doing.
Homeschool kids are active in scouts, sports, classes offered at universites, and other community offerings. Since they don't go to school they have more time and energy for activities. Some of these will be with kids their age.
Answer by Gailll at 3:50 PM on Apr. 29, 2010
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Answer by LovingSAHMommy at 3:27 PM on Apr. 29, 2010
As a homeschooling mom I personally love it but know its not for everyone. Peanut... in most states there are education requirements they are just very very low. Most require a high school diploma or GED. Neither of which are sufficient to be able to actually teach your child.
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