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    Homeschooling Argument

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    of homeschooling. When children are homeschooled they often possess their own ideals and individuality. They are less likely to conform o society than public schooled children are. Homeschooled students have a free space to be themselves and be as opinionated as wished to be without being judged. Homeschooled students are not distracted by what to wear or the people there, only their education or in other words “when you homeschool a child, his life isn’t dictated by trends; it’s dictated by the values that you instill.” (Richards-Gustafson). Learning is a bigger factor of homeschooling than people think. Many students learn in different ways, and the way students are taught can be very crucial…

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    Speech Homeschooling

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    Greetings parents, Today I will be discussing about the benefits of homeschooling and why it is more advantageous for your kid than public or private schools. Do you want more time to bond with your kids? Or your kids to bond better with their surroundings then homeschooling is the right way to go. Some of you might want to know ,what is homeschooling exactly? Homeschooling is education provided by the parents or a teaching software in the comfort of their own Home. In this speech I will be…

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    History Of Homeschooling

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    History of Homeschooling in the United States The aspect of homeschooling is certainly not a new idea to American education because the first colonists homeschooled their children out of necessity (Wilhelm & Firmin, 2009). Homeschooling has grown in popularity and effectiveness over the past several decades (Moreau, 2012). The idea that homeschooling is only for young males has changed over the years to include all children under the age of eighteen; since everyone must enroll in school, the…

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    Homeschooling and Socialization Homeschooling, something once known as alternative, is now becoming somewhat mainstream in the United States. Parents are looking for alternative ways to teach their children, besides the public school system. Back in the day, homeschooling was frowned upon because society felt that the parent needed to have a teaching degree to teach children, even their own. As time has gone on, parents have made drastic changes to how they want their child educated and…

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    Homeschooling Subculture

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    such compulsory education laws home education has been driven into a more deviant subcategory. As a result, the homeschooling community as an identifiable social subcategory and centralized concept was born circa 1965. This was an ironic sociological trend since home education was originally the dominant method of American education which then progressed into a deviant and stigmatized subcategory. This process of community creation fits uncomfortably within Sykes and Matza’s theory of…

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    Homeschooling Research

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    “Thirty years ago, homeschooling was a fringe phenomenon that few understood and many regarded as zealotry or poor parenting,” (huffpost.com-par 2). As of 2013, 1.7 million students in the United States have transferred into homeschooling, and that number is steadily increasing as the years go on. “Between 2007 and 2013 the number of homeschooled students of the United States grew by an overwhelming seventeen percent,” (huffpost.com-par 2). However, students who do not attend a traditional could…

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    What Is Homeschooling?

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    be allowed to teach their own children. Supporters argue that homeschooling offers an environment with less pressure where students can earn better scores and presents the chance for a personalized teaching. However, opponents point out the high costs of homeschooling, less social exposure and, occasionally, poor education for the students. The value of homeschooling greatly depends on what state the student lives in and the how well the parent teaches. Being a more recent issue, the…

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    Families that choose to homeschool their children believe home is the safest environment for their children to learn in. Children that homeschool don’t have to deal with peer pressure or trying to fit in with the popular kids. When there is no social aspect to school the child is given the opportunity to focus in on their studies. The reason homeschooling can be a safer environment is because parents can monitor the environment on a day to day basis. The parents choose what the environment…

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    Homeschooling Philosophy

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    Homeschooling for primary grades provides the developmental environment for students to be prepared for adulthood. In venturing into this type of education there has been a great success for students in their education including when entering higher education. Education has became less of an all around growth experience, but more of an environment where students are required to conform to the required environment disciplines . Education is a process of not just academics, but how to mature…

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    Cons Of Homeschooling

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    Since homeschoolers are not part of the public school system, they do not receive any government funding. Consequently, homeschooling can be quite expensive for most families needing to purchase curriculum materials (Negative Effects and Aspects of Homeschooling). Another dispute of homeschooling is the time and resources needed from parents. Students need someone to guide and motivate them through school even if it 's self taught material. Homeschooling is not for those who lack patience. It…

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