More and more I notice parents that are choosing to homeschool their children. I'm ok with that. Education is a personal choice and I would never fault someone who wishes to homeschool. However, I also notice some of those same parents (moms I guess, since we are on a mom forum) can't seem to string together two sentences with halfway decent punctuation, spelling, and/or grammar. Should they be allowed to homeschool? Should there be a requirement or certification to be able to homeschool your children? Or is it just simply a person's right, regardless of their own abilities?
(Please note, I don't think all homeschool parents are like this, but I have noticed a lot).Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:54 PM on Jan. 21, 2011 in Parenting Debate
Maybe you should look into what is required to homeschool around the country - every state has their own laws on the matter. Honestly, I am happy to live in a state where I don't have to report to the school system that has so terribly failed my children.
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Did you know we are at war? Have you read up on Haiti's progress? OP there are more important things in life to be worried about.
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