Cons Of Homeschooling Research Paper

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Education is and always will be one of the most important factors in society and an emphasis on everyone’s well-being of learning. Not just math, reading, and science but social interaction among students and adults. With this being said, education is viewed on many avenues such as public schooling, private schooling, and home schooling. Public education gives everyone an equal opportunity to get an education. Private schools are a non-government school and that means they are allowed to choose who gets into their school and who doesn’t. Home schooling is where you allow a student or students to stay at home and go to school and learn. I would say home schooling is the more controversial way of having a student get an education. Whether you …show more content…
One of those cons is financially dealing with home schooling. While it may benefit your child to home school, it also means most of the time one parent is not working and spending that time to educate their children. While education is a very important part of a child’s life, it also may put extra stress and pressure on parents to make sure they are providing financially for their family. It also means that one of the parents are with their children 24/7, while that may work for some parents, it may also get tiring and stressful as they may want a break. ( MAYBE ADD THIS OR TAKE …show more content…
There are always going to be pros and cons to every way a person chooses to educate their child. With public school it allows children to have the same opportunities when it comes to education. Public school also has more opportunities for students outside of education. Schools have sports teams, musical theater, debate teams, and speech teams. With public school it gives children more of a chance to socialize then home schooling does. (THROW OUT) While there are many reasons people choose to home school, there are also different ways to home school a child. One of these ways is called relaxed home schooling, this is the most common type of home schooling. What this means is that the child and parent are allowed to kind of do things the way they want. With this way of teaching it allows the mornings to be more formal school work and the afternoons are used for hobbies or project learning. (Homeschooling Styles - New to Homeschool.com - Homeschool.com - The #1 Homeschooling Community. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 July 2017.) The reason why most people choose this is because the parent feels that what needs to be covered and learned is being taught the right way for their child to learn to their full ability. Relaxed home schooling also gives the parents the freedom of choosing what books, programs, and projects their child gets to learn. (Homeschooling Styles - New to Homeschool.com -

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