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Do You Believe Homeschooling Provides a Better Education Than Public Schooling?

Do You Believe Homeschooling Provides a Better Education Than Public Schooling?

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As debates around education intensify, some conservatives promote homeschooling as a potential alternative to the perceived liberal bias in public schools.

“Many politically powerful conservatives promote home-schooling as a way to undercut or weaken the influence of public schools, and to shield their children from the liberalism they believe public schools foster,” Slate reported in June 2022.

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8 Comments

  1. Donald Cook

    August 22, 2023 at 5:21 pm

    it is a win win thing. the Parents learn a lot of stuff, along with the child.

  2. John

    August 22, 2023 at 6:11 pm

    The public schools don’t really teach reading, writing, and arithmetic anymore, they now indoctrinate our children and fill their heads with hate.

  3. SMITH

    August 22, 2023 at 7:13 pm

    ALL THEY WANT TO TEACH IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOW IS CHANGING SEX> BUT THERE IS ONLY ONE PROBLEM AND THAT IS THESE TEACHERS KNOW NOTHING ABOUT SEX>: THERE IS ONLY TWO SEX MAN AND
    WOMAN>:
    NO MATTER HOW HARD THEY TRY> YOU CAN NOT TAKE THE SEX ORGANS FROM A MAN AND PUT THEM I A WOMAN OR FROM A WOMAN AND PUT THEM IN A MAN IT HAS NEVER WORKED>:

  4. Don

    August 23, 2023 at 7:38 am

    Depends on who’s doing it. In a conservatize household I’d say yes but in a liberal household I’d say nothing would change.

  5. Demi

    August 24, 2023 at 11:23 am

    I agree with Don, depends on who is doing it. A great parent teacher kids do very well I have seen it several times in very disciplined homes. Much the opposite with a lazy parent kids on break so day aka recess . So depends just like public schools higher tax bracket area meaning more money in the district better education than lower income tax bracket less funds in the schools . Sad but true

    • Denise

      October 11, 2023 at 9:25 am

      As a retired teacher, I can confirm. When I taught in a tutoring center, we saw this SO many times. Kids would come to us to be tested, and would be 3-4 grade levels behind on their reading and math skills. It cost the parents a lot of money to try and get the kids caught up, and those were the lucky kids who got our services. Homeschooling can be done right, but it is difficult, and too many parents don’t really know how to do it. Kids pay the price.

  6. Elizabeth

    September 8, 2023 at 10:48 pm

    My educated daughter and her PHD husband home schooled their children and, when tested, the ones who are ready to leave the home tested above the level expectations for children in the public schools. Now, they are excellent students and have gotten scholarships.

  7. Tarheel

    September 12, 2023 at 8:37 am

    Any parent that is willing to make the commitment and time wants the very best for their child. Many of these kids will learn at a very accelerated rate leaving time for educational trips to museums and other activities further enhancing their education. Furthermore they are not being indoctrinated about false racial issues and sexual substances that are not age appropriate and confusing. These kids will be tomorrow’s leaders. How do I know? My sister homeschooled all 3 of hers and they have all been incredibly successful.

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