I'm thinking about homeschooling.
Answer by lanimommy81 at 11:40 PM on Oct. 5, 2008
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:29 PM on Oct. 5, 2008
I'm lucky enough to live in a FABULOUS school district. The elementary school and high school that I will be sending my daughter to have won several national awards. I realize that this may be considered offensive to some, but IN MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE all the home-schooled people that I have met have been odd at best. I have worked with and been friends with a few that lack social skills. Just from knowing these people, I'd have a hard time deciding to home-school my daughter. I feel that homeschooling (please don't shoot me) doesn't prepare children for the "real world". Quite often, children who have never been exposed to public education graduate, then are shell-shocked by what life throws at them. Also, I don't feel that I'd be able to teach my daughter all she needs to know. I think I'd be able to get her to high school level satisfactorily, but beyond that....eh.
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