Homeschooling refers to the practice of educating children at home instead of sending them to a traditional school. Homeschooling can be done by parents or guardians, or by professional tutors or teachers who are hired to provide instruction in the home environment.
Homeschooling has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many parents choosing to homeschool their children for a variety of reasons. Some parents believe that homeschooling allows them to provide a more personalized education for their children, tailored to their individual needs and learning styles. Others may choose to homeschool for religious or cultural reasons, or because they are dissatisfied with the quality of education offered by their local schools.
Homeschooling can take many different forms, ranging from a structured curriculum provided by a professional tutor to a more informal approach that allows children to pursue their interests and learn at their own pace. Homeschooling parents must also comply with local laws and regulations governing homeschooling, which vary by state or country.
While homeschooling can provide many benefits, it also requires a significant commitment of time and resources from parents. Additionally, homeschooling can limit children’s social interactions with peers, which may be a concern for some parents. As with any educational approach, homeschooling has its pros and cons, and it is important for parents to carefully consider their options and make an informed decision based on their individual circumstances and priorities.
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The quality of public education has gone to hell in a handbasket. Homeschooling would be better or just letting children pursue their own academic interests.
If the parent(s) cannot put in the time to educate the kids, then hire a private tutor who has been thoroughly vetted.