know the truth. Many people judge homeschooling without knowing what it really is about. In
fact, homeschooling is not as bad as people think. There are somethings that people think they
know about, putting a bad image on homeschooling. Homeschooling is a great alternative to
public school when someone needs it. It is a lot different than people make it out to be,
homeschoolers are not as different as they think.
Some of the benefits of homeschooling are that the parents gets to control what their child learns when they want them to learn it. That is one thing that has been hard with public schools; one child might be picking up on the content quicker or slower than the other kids might, but that child still has to stay with his for her age group. With homeschooling, the parents are able to see how their child is doing and what they do not understand. In public school, there is one teacher to multiple students, so not every student is going to get the one on one time with a teacher that they need to. Not to mention, the parent will be able make schooling fun for the child. There are so many things that the public schools cannot do because of political, religious, and other views in the system. All of these things …show more content…
To clear things up, homeschooling is legal in all 50 states. There are different laws for homeschooling throughout the United States. Some states, like Vermont, require the parent to send in proof that the child has been doing the work and learning something. These things include book reports, tests, homework, and an assessment by a certified teacher. Other states require only an intent to homeschool. Then there are the states that do not require any contact with state or local officials. Taking away homeschooling is like taking away religion, there will be a big fight about