I thought about that at first when I found out what was going on with her until I found out about the developmental preschool, and the SpEd program that our district has. After that with the fact that they were going to do her therapies in school, work with her in the socializing area as well as teaching her. So after getting all the information and thinking I knew she'd be better off in public school.
if I could meaning, if I had the finacial stablity and the patience? yes I would like to, hypothedically. I would love to let my kids learn everything hands on, and expand on the general circulum. However I'm, I guess, technically, a single mom now... of 3. so I will be working when my 4 year olds enter kindergarten. The 14 year old might do online school if he starts having problems at the highschool
I know that Brady does better in school and therapy...he wouldn't do as well if I were to teach him. That's just him though.
No, I wouldn't. Aside from the fact that I rely on my 6 childless hours during the day to keep my sanity, my kids (especially the 2 that are severely disabled) benefit more from being in a class with teachers that can keep them busy and occupied all day. I'd go crazy having them home 24/7 and so would they.
Yes. But I work 2 jobs, dh works 1 job ... and if we homeschooled ds would lose his placement in his special needs program and we cant chance that.
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