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Wednesday, May 04, 2005
We're home-schooling our children. It's not for everyone but my wife is smart and dedicated enough to pull it off. Our church also has many childern and teens being home-schooled. So swapping ideas, lots of social events, and trading off subjects that we're not up-to-date on are all doable. This title article talks a little about who does it and why.
Public schools do teach kids and I am not anti-public school though I wish at least a portion of my property taxes would be refunded since that's where a majority of school funds come from in Texas. We like it since there is one on one teaching! I know of many kids in our church who finished school when they were 16, have plenty of college AP classes. ( I really like that idea so that the more things they place out of, the cheaper college will be for us!)
About 2 months ago, one young man from our church was on the local news since he just finished college at 18. Since there is such a big support network, these kids are mostly well-rounded and intelligent who get along with adults and their peers. Most go on to big colleges and don't "freak out" and get along with their peers just fine.
Remember field trips in school being such a big deal? Our kids enjoy field trips all the time. It's not always the kids museum but even going to the grocery store can be fun and practical knowledge. ... we might need a 2nd computer someday too.
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