Moms on the Go: Homeschooling vs. Public school

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Moms on the Go: Homeschooling vs. Public schoolby wpjljron.Moms on the Go: Homeschooling vs. Public schoolLocal moms weigh in on their decisions to homeschool or send their kids to public school.

Local moms weigh in on their decisions to homeschool or send their kids to public school.


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23 Responses

  1. TheBookWorm171831 July, 2013 at 8:14 pm

    Yeah really, homeschooling GIVES you more of a childhood, homeschooling has a major advantage over 48% of public elementary schools in that you can’t ever have recess taken away because of budget cuts or because there’s no time because their every waking moment MUST be spent preparing for the standardized tests that don’t mean anything.

  2. TheBookWorm171831 July, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    And how many have you known?

  3. TheBookWorm171831 July, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    And you know this why, because the TV tells you so? Because other people who have never met a single homeschool kid tell you so?

  4. TheBookWorm171831 July, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    When we were in school, it was $1,000 per child per grade level, of course this was pre-Amazon, really pre-Internet, and we didn’t have the benefit of a helpful library either. Kids today and their parents have it much easier.

  5. ButterflyLullabyLtd30 July, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    My MP said “THEY ARE OLD ENOUGH” when I complained about the University and Lottery glamorizing student girls selling their bodies for money. Even boasting one was a Law Student. These are the people in charge of our children’s future! It is a disgrace. Here is the You Tube Video:

    “Lottery funding destroys family life”

    Look at the Jimmy Saville cover up. And how MP John Hemming proves we have secret courts in the UK re Forced Adoption for profit. This is all linked. They want total control.

  6. ButterflyLullabyLtd30 July, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    Nice comment, I agree. Dr Reisman just won against S– Education in Croatia. I took my little girl out of school because of bullying and bad anxiety. She plays with three different friends. And does wonderful singing book reviews now she can read. When before she copied for fear of being kept in through her break. And she used to make up words when forced to read out in front of the class. Take a look at Snowdrops Singing Book Reviews.

  7. ButterflyLullabyLtd30 July, 2013 at 6:52 pm

    School is one of the worst places for bullying, I agree with you. Look at poor Amanda Todd. If our Governments helped Mothers earn from home this little girl would be alive today as her Mom (Mum) could have Homeschooled her. We have to ask why is there such little help for Mothers worldwide? Because most men in power have no morals or family values. 

  8. ButterflyLullabyLtd30 July, 2013 at 6:47 pm

    Take a look at my video “Lottery funding destroys family life.”

    Further Education to me is not teaching our little girls that they can go and sell their bodies for big money when they leave school. What do you think? So what is the real reason the Government do not want Homeschool. It is all about brainwashing our kids with S–. What moral person teaches children about Dr Kinsey’s sick S– Education in schools? This is why many people Homeschool.

  9. ButterflyLullabyLtd30 July, 2013 at 6:42 pm

    I had a meeting with my MP with regards to my disgust that the University and Lottery were glamorizing student girls selling their bodies for money. Even boasting one was a Law Student. His reply was “They are old enough!” Please view the following You Tube videos:

    “Switzerland/Germany. Originators of early sexualization (long version. English)”

    “Judith Reisman i Tim Tate govore u Hrvatskom saboru”

    Did you know that in the UK the Library blocks all Homeschool groups on the computer.

  10. Tracy S24 July, 2013 at 3:50 pm

    How many times per year does a child that goes to Public school get out of the classroom? Most are locked in a classroom all day. My homeschooled kids get to go out on several outtings during the week. We go to the bank, grocery store, library, gymnastics and karate. We go on field trips, shopping, etc. Homeschoolers are out and about way more than public school children. They are around all age groups, not just kids their own age. My kids are very well rounded and not caged up like animals.

  11. Tracy S24 July, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    You buy used or borrow from the library. You don’t have to buy an expensive curriculum in order to homeschool. I spent around $400 for the entire school year for 2 kids. We have a very well rounded curriculum.

  12. Shaina Herrmann19 July, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    I agree. I went to public school and my social skills were completely screwed up thanks to that experience. Homeschooling is the only way to go in my book.

  13. Marissa Braswell16 July, 2013 at 4:09 pm

    Do you realize that they have teachers on computers, You don’t have to teach them yourself

  14. Danielle Meldru11 July, 2013 at 7:15 am

    Oh really, You do not even know what your talking about never get out or don’t know how to interact with public school kids! I have 2 kids in K12 an homeschooling program go look it up and find out the truth not just what you hear! My kids are in K12 high school and get out to clubs and other actives that the school offers and outside of school and gets along with other kids. The amount of education my kids get are far better than they would ever get in public school!!

  15. DraconianGamer6 July, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    I guess it just depends on the people

  16. Andi Lawson6 July, 2013 at 5:07 pm

    That’s strange because all of the homeschooled kids I know are great with people. Granted, there’s always going to be socially awkward people no matter where they went to school. I guess you just must be friends with a lot of them and I’m not friends with any, because that’s the opposite experience I’ve had. I feel very socially awkward, and I went to public school.

  17. DraconianGamer6 July, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    Every homeschool student i have ever met was socially awkward i decided to take a group of my homeschool friends along with my public school friends to one of our football games and they seem to act very awkward around them and my public school friends ignored us the whole entire time

  18. Andi Lawson4 July, 2013 at 6:13 am

    $300 per child for a year of homeschooling?? Apparently I am spending almost 10X too much! What exactly could $300 cover unless you were lucky enough to find everything you need used for dirt cheap?

  19. Andi Lawson4 July, 2013 at 6:11 am

    Never get out?? They go to co-ops, field trips, the have their siblings, neighbors, church friends, etc. How is being forced in a room with 20 other kids for 8 hrs a day supposed to help someone exactly?

  20. DraconianGamer2 July, 2013 at 3:37 am


  21. bubblygranolachick4 June, 2013 at 3:17 am

    IF I had fantastic parents I would have loved to be homeschooled, or homeschooled with an awesome tutor/homeschool teacher. I plan on homeschooling all my children. I’ve thought about it a lot and have debated when to homeschool. I think I am up for it and wouldn’t mind homeschooling them up until HS years, but who knows, by then I might want to continue. Depends on what they want when they are older as well.

  22. WildCatClaws29 May, 2013 at 11:57 pm

    My parents are not stealing MY childhood away. I feel so much happier, relieved, and free. I can do whatever I want for my break. Also, I learn more! There are no more bullies, and much more. I’m living the life.

  23. scaboi29 May, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    I regret going to school. I wish I was homeschooled.

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