Homeschooling Is A Successful Form Of Education Essay

1235 Words Oct 26th, 2015 5 Pages
Homeschooling is a successful form of education, but unfortunately it is disvalued for its uncommon style of teachings. The unique learning experience produces a variety of viewpoints around the role of participation from the parents and the impact of success a student accomplishes being homeschooled. Home education faces the challenge of being credited for its academic success, instead it is stereotyped to be an inefficient form of education and a deprive to a child’s socialization. These perceptions leave the parents less motivated to investigate the credible facts of academic success in homeschooling, sending them in a default direction to public school their child. Despite the non-supporters, homeschooling seems to still be formulating strong establishment. "About 1.1 million students were homeschooled in the United States in the year 2003."(Vahid & Vahid, 2008, p. 8) With the numbers continuing to flourish, it 's difficult to sustain that homeschooling is not a reliable source of education. Proverbs 22:6 says, "Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it." (English Standard Version) Eventhough homeschooling is an unconventional form of learning, home educated children are obtaining psychological, social and intellectual success. The experience of education plays an essential element to formulating the development of a child’s psychological skills. The learning process is established by the interaction of what is being…

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