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    that are home schooled enjoy playing sports in their free time and include sports in their lifestyle. Playing sports while growing up teaches young children discipline, teamwork, and commitment. Unfortunately, some states do not allow home schooled students to participate on public schools sporting teams, while public schools let any students attending their schools participate on public schools sporting teams. Being home schooled and attending a public school have a few differences. Some differences between home schooling and attending public school include home schooled students do not attend an actual school but still attend classes at home, home schooled children are normally by themselves/with their siblings, and home schooled…

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    Many families debate each year if they should home school or send their kids to a public school. If you homeschool your child, then your child would be socially awkward. If you choose to put your child in public school then they would have better social skills. You would have better access of technology at a public school, because some homes may not be able to afford it. Public school is a smarter way of learning. If you attend public school, you have a far better chance of learning. Your…

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    The major goal for home schooling was for their children to learn in a safe, comfortable environment. The children do not have to deal with peer pressure but in a lot of aspects they do loose on the socialization that school has to offer. One parent made it clear to me that because it is home school does not mean it is in any way easier. They are pushed hard and if not hared then public school students. As far as a daily curriculum goes it is up to the parents or person teaching how they want to…

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    constant beat from the band, but most of all, finally a team to cheer for. Being a member of an organized squad is an all new experience for her. After being home-schooled kindergarten through 12th grade, Grace had to make the transition into a college classroom setting and becoming a member of a coed cheer squad. “I had friends in all ages in home-school which allowed me to have the confidence to talk to everyone at…

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    from home or from a public school, and the home-schooled students should not have to deal with those consequences of not being in public school. When a student is homeschooled they are limited to the number of activities that they are allowed to participate in. This should not be the case, each student whether they are homeschooled or not should have an equal opportunity to take part in sports or other extracurricular activities. The article “Give Home-School Students Chance to Play” says, “Most…

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    words, expressions and actions. “Everything that our organization does –and sometimes what we don’t do-sends a message” twins rivers unified school district. Whether formal or informal, every school communicates their needs, wants, and aspirations in a variety of ways through their leaders and teachers (Vicki Gunther, 2011). Communication between school, home, and community is especially important. Research suggests that when families and schools collaborate and communicate effectively, students…

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    Growing up in a broken home with a single mother that work two jobs and have five kids is a burdensome. Being the oldest child I am forced to take care of my younger siblings as if they were mine. Sometimes I wish I was not born into this shenanigans that was created. As a child, I imagined myself having a plethora of friends and becoming a socialite, but reality hit me when my mother started having more children. The more children my mother conceived it seemed the more problems I had to endure…

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    Schools should not allow students to do school work after school or at home. It just stresses them out more and we already have around eight hours of school. I think that is enough. Homework just makes them not want to go to school anymore or enjoy it. Studies have shown that students learn more at school, where there are not a lot of distractions, than at home, where there are a lot of distractions. Students get more distracted at home than at school. This makes them learn more at school than…

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    ow does stress and poverty at home affect children's ability to learn and succeed in school? Poverty affects a children’s ability to learn and succeed in school because the economic status of the parents determines what opportunities and experiences they can offer their child. Some aspects may include what school the child attends, what supplies they are provided with, how much time they can spend with their child, what their environment is like, etc. For example, Omar Gayton had to worry about…

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    agree that an adolescent’s education is one of the most important aspects of their childhood. Deciding whether one should send their child to public school or homeschool is a crucial decision. There are many reasons one would decide not to send their kids to public school with the way they are run these days. Homeschooling can give parents the ability to mold their child’s education effectively to their learning style. Although homeschooling requires lots of time and effort from parents, it…

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