Informative Essay: The School Under Your Own Roof

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The School Under Your Own Roof
Joey Feghaly
Lebanese American University

This argumentative essay discusses educational and future prospects of students whom chose homeschooling. Homeschooling has grown in appeal to students and parents for a well-established education. This paper explains how homeschooling focuses on a customized education towards the children. Moreover, how homeschooling provides further attention and a more stable teaching pace for parents to give the children, and the reduced cost of the homeschooling system. This paper additionally discusses the social risks a student may encounter in traditional schools with other students, increasing the threat of negative issues occurring to the student.
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