Research Paper On Homeschooling

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Why should we home school our children? It is one of the best ways to educate children in today’s society. It is a method for parents to teach their children on an individual grade level. Some would say the parents that home school his or her children are being over protective. However, homeschooling is growing at a very fast pace. Homeschooling gives the student a better overall education, plus a lifetime of great values. Furthermore, they do not have to deal with bullying and peer pressure that often comes with public school.
What is homeschooling and what can parents expected out of it. According to Patricia M. Lines Homeschooling is defined simply as the "education of school-aged children at home rather than
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When tested students of homeschooling tested higher than that of the national medium. It has shown to be higher than the ones that are attending an otherwise public form of education. Homeschooling has become more prevalent I today’s society, in 2007 there was 1.5 million homeschooled students in the United State. The school-age population that was homeschooled increased from 2.2 percent in 2003 to 2.9 percent in 2007. This indicates a period of increase over a few years. …show more content…
When my oldest son was in the third grade in public school he was dealing with peer-pressure, he always wanted to fit in with students that were doing the wrong things. After this I Started home schooling my children, despite a lot of disapproval from family and friends who thought it was the wrong thing to do; they thought my children would not be able to function in society, but I disagreed and it was far from the truth. After homeschooling my three children, I have one in the National Guard, another graduating from UKCM, and another graduating from BC with honors and going onto UCF. I feel they are stronger adults because of my

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