Im a homeschooler. But two yrs ago I was not. I had a dental job, and bills out the roof so I just didnt have the time or money, but I knew it was something I truely wanted to do. Now here I am today...
Thing is when I talk to other moms I hear half of them say they wouldn't homeschool even if time and money where no object. For some, it really isnt an object and they choose not to homeschool. One lady said she would leave it up to the teachers, while another said that she'd rather a proffessional do the job. On the other hand I've met moms who despirately would love to have the opprotunity. I obviously jumped on the opprotunity myself, and at the same time I still hold high respect for teachers at schools. So if time and money where no object, would you homeschool?
Asked by sugahmamma at 4:17 PM on Aug. 19, 2010 inLevel 17 (3,243 Credits)
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I was a single mom and full time doctoral student and home schooled. You can work and home school. It doesn't take that much time. It takes about an hour a day to equal a public school education. Another option is online school. I live in AZ and students have the choice of public or private K-12 online school and it's free. This would be a great option for families that feel they don't have the educational background to do the job.
People like sending their kids to school. It is government funded day care.
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