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I know I have asked one question about home schooling.. but can i bother you all one more thime? Thanks?
Asked By Kim S,Last Answer By saved_by_grace At 2009.12,1 Answers

ok... what if I wanted to home school my boys but I do not have the educational background...
I did pretty good in high school and in college but I am not like a school teacher that knows EVERYTHING my boys need to know
what do i do then? just put him in public schools?

A question for home schooling families?
Asked By Mike K,Last Answer By miss mara At 2009.12,1 Answers

What made you decide to home school?

A question for home schooling families?
Asked By Mike K,Last Answer By miss mara At 2009.12,1 Answers

What made you decide to home school?

Why do you choose home schooling over traditional schooling?
Asked By Britney Zell,Last Answer By busymom At 2009.12,1 Answers

Public schools and private schools also have things to offer. So why did you choose home schooling?

I'm not trying to be rude. I hope to homeschool my kids when I have them (which is a long way off, since I'm only 13). I was just wondering why others choose to do so.

Why do you choose home schooling over traditional schooling?
Asked By Britney,Last Answer By busymom At 2011.03,1 Answers

Public schools and private schools also have things to offer. So why did you choose home schooling?

I'm not trying to be rude. I hope to homeschool my kids when I have them (which is a long way off, since I'm only 13). I was just wondering why others choose to do so.

Why does it bother people to be asked to press one for English?
Asked By Nancy.. formerly known as Chee,Last Answer By Petey V3.3 At 2010.02,1 Answers

If indeed the agenda here is "illegal" immigration and 32 million LEGAL people speak Spanish, how does pressing one for English relate to "illegal immigration"? And how does something as mundane as pressing a button effect your life?

What is the most commonly asked question asked here in the cricket section....?
Asked By KooKee :) makes MoB cry! :((,Last Answer By Peanut Butter Jelly At 2011.02,1 Answers

Every day the same questions are asked 2 or 3 times a day !and at least 10 times a week

I would say "Who your favourite cricket team" is the most common question ! or Shane Warne vs Muttiah Muralitharan

What do you think ?

So people don't moan i will include a cricket question

CQ- Who hits a bigger six ? Flintoff or Afridi ?

Why do you home school/believe in home schooling?
Asked By Southern At Heart♥,Last Answer By hsfromthestart At 2011.03,1 Answers

I have a few questions:
Why do you home school?
When did you decide to home school?
Do you/your children prefer home schooling?
Is it hard to home school?
Is it difficult to balance a teacher/parent relationship?
How do your children socialize with other children other than family?

I've just started thinking about home school. I've always wanted to be a teacher and have a big Christian family. Now I'm considering combining the two dreams.

Is there any information y'all would like me to know that is important about homeschooling?

My main concerns are probably typical of a parent considering homeschooling. The reason I'm really looking into this is because I would want my children to be brought up doing what they love, being youthful, learning how to keep house, have manners, hospitality, and faith.

When I see children in a public school environment, usually they are forced to do a lot of work and not enough time to learn it. I understand that the curriculum forces this, but that does not mean I like it! They are crammed to do a lot of subjects that are difficult in such a way that is anything but flexible. In home schooling you could cater to a child's learning needs that isn't easy in public school.

However, I fear that the children will not be able to be surrounded by other children like they are in public school. They would miss out on the fun of Friday night football games and other school activities.

As y'all can see, I'm TORN right now! This is your chance to reel me in towards home schooling. Convince me!!!

Thanks y'all! :)

Home Schooling?
Asked By God: The Failed Hypothesis,Last Answer By ♥ tweety ♥ At 2011.03,1 Answers

This question is for those who were actually home schooled, not for people that have not experienced it.

I am considering home schooling my children and I'm wondering what different people's experiences are.

How did you recieve your diploma? Did you go to college? How are you socially?

Should home schooling be against the law?
Asked By Rick K,Last Answer By Miss USA 2009 At 2011.03,1 Answers

A friend of mine was home schooled and says he never had any friends except one that lived next to him. He said he lived in the country and wanted to go to school to meet people. He said his parents sheltered him from the outside world and now he is shy in public because of this.

Should home schooling be against the law?
Asked By Rick K,Last Answer By Miss USA 2009 At 2009.12,1 Answers

A friend of mine was home schooled and says he never had any friends except one that lived next to him. He said he lived in the country and wanted to go to school to meet people. He said his parents sheltered him from the outside world and now he is shy in public because of this.

Home-schooling?
Asked By Manda B,Last Answer By Barb At 2009.12,1 Answers

I'm interested in home-schooling my children, but whenever I bring this up with teachers at my son's school, they suddenly get nervous. They've even been downright rude when I listened to them, but did not agree about staying in school. Does anyone have information about home-school laws or associations in Nevada where I can get good information?

Do you believe in home schooling?
Asked By alicia K,Last Answer By 109.207.199.* At 2021.09,2 Answers

The way our present day educational system is, I can't imagine my 3 month old son going to public school in 5 years. I was part of a high school/middle school youth ministry (as one of the co-leaders) at my past church. The kids were great, however, the stories that they would tell about how kids are doing drugs and having sex parties and drinking regularly is scary. (And this is one of the best education public high schools in the state of Texas.)

Was there drugs/sex/drinking when I was in high school? Sure... what about when our parents were in high school, sure, but not as much. And before that, when prayer was allowed in school and the moral decline of the American society was not as visibly prominent as it is today? Almost non-existent.

There was a recent case in California where 1st, 3rd and 5th graders were being asked questions about their body and if they "touched themselves" and if they ever thought anything sexual and also about homosexual relationships. When the parents brought the school to court, the judge dismissed it because, "the school and government has the write to teach their kids whatever they want". (wish I could site that case, but I'm a little too tired to research it - it was in the last 12 months though).

To top that off, there are certain subjects that are taught as truth in school and not as theory. I come from an exceptionally strong science background and can tell you firmly that the big bang coming from nothing and single cell organisms and DNA "evolving from rocks and methane gases over billions of years time" is garbage! The teaching alone led me to a life of immorality (a long story which I would be happy to get into via email).

In short, we as parents don't have a say as to what our kids will be taught, and who knows what the government will allow in the future. The ethics and morals of students are heavily influenced by friends at public schools (or wherever they may go). With the degredation in morality that is regularly occuring on schools around this country, I could not in good faith send my child there. Unfortunately, my tax money will still go there.

Do I believe in home schooling? How could I not believe in it would be the better question...

Do you believe in home schooling?
Asked By alicia K,Last Answer By westdyk1 At 2009.12,1 Answers

The way our present day educational system is, I can't imagine my 3 month old son going to public school in 5 years. I was part of a high school/middle school youth ministry (as one of the co-leaders) at my past church. The kids were great, however, the stories that they would tell about how kids are doing drugs and having sex parties and drinking regularly is scary. (And this is one of the best education public high schools in the state of Texas.)

Was there drugs/sex/drinking when I was in high school? Sure... what about when our parents were in high school, sure, but not as much. And before that, when prayer was allowed in school and the moral decline of the American society was not as visibly prominent as it is today? Almost non-existent.

There was a recent case in California where 1st, 3rd and 5th graders were being asked questions about their body and if they "touched themselves" and if they ever thought anything sexual and also about homosexual relationships. When the parents brought the school to court, the judge dismissed it because, "the school and government has the write to teach their kids whatever they want". (wish I could site that case, but I'm a little too tired to research it - it was in the last 12 months though).

To top that off, there are certain subjects that are taught as truth in school and not as theory. I come from an exceptionally strong science background and can tell you firmly that the big bang coming from nothing and single cell organisms and DNA "evolving from rocks and methane gases over billions of years time" is garbage! The teaching alone led me to a life of immorality (a long story which I would be happy to get into via email).

In short, we as parents don't have a say as to what our kids will be taught, and who knows what the government will allow in the future. The ethics and morals of students are heavily influenced by friends at public schools (or wherever they may go). With the degredation in morality that is regularly occuring on schools around this country, I could not in good faith send my child there. Unfortunately, my tax money will still go there.

Do I believe in home schooling? How could I not believe in it would be the better question...

Home Schooling?
Asked By God: The Failed Hypothesis,Last Answer By ♥ tweety ♥ At 2009.12,1 Answers

This question is for those who were actually home schooled, not for people that have not experienced it.

I am considering home schooling my children and I'm wondering what different people's experiences are.

How did you recieve your diploma? Did you go to college? How are you socially?

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