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ginamaybrown

54 months ago

Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Do you agree or disagree?

I disagree. Some children might need it. The y get to spend more time with the parents and might in turn learn more than someone in a public or private school. The question should be can the parents handle it?
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FLAHONEY33

  50 months ago
If the parents know what they're doing & committed to it. The boy across the street was home schooled for years but didn't even know who Thomas Jefferson was.. He had to go back to regular school (year behind) in order to complete his education.
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Suzer

  51 months ago
Totally disagree!! I personally have taught all 10 of my children at home (currently finishing up with the last 4). They have become productive, intelligent, and much more creative than many others. They are able to relate to persons of all age categories, cultures, and backgrounds. They care for others, help others, and give in any way they can.
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Falououmaman

  51 months ago
I disagree with this statement, totally. If it may certainly never be made into a rule or a law, I also believe that it does make absolute sense if a parent decides to educate his child at home. It may well mean that the parent cares very much about the child and also believes that he or she has enough ability to do such an important job.
However, one needs also to acknowledge that there can be a certain amount of risks, given that there is no proof that the potential teacher happens to be the best.
Thus, it can or cannot work the best.
The above said, I want to add that I have known people who did get all their junior education at home, given by their mother, and that was the very best; way better than what I got at my superb high school.
It is totally doable if well organized.
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Miyavi1

  53 months ago
I think it depends on the child. If the child would benefit more from a home education then go for it but make sure he/she gets plenty of social time at parks or church. Most children need the classroom though.
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hikarii

  53 months ago
I disagree, if anything i think it should only be the parents who are suppose to be educating their children.
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shiroitoka8

  54 months ago
I think that educating your kids at home is part of the learning and bonding process but if they dont interact with other children then it makes them less self confident when they interact at a later time.
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