LDRS 102 Comp. II
18 March 2013
Homeschooling can give a more positive, direct, focused education than public schools. Public schools are better in other ways like social interaction. Homeschool Versus Public School
Public school is a place where children are able to gain an education and form social bonds with other children and their teachers. Public school offers students access to qualified teachers who are equipped to answer most questions and deal with a great many situations in a professional manner. Public institutions offer an environment of scheduled learning and a school chosen curriculum. Another positive thing that can be said for public schools is that they are prepared to deal with students who display special needs, such as: ones who are physically, socially, or emotionally handicapped (“Educationbug”). Public school provides the much needed environment of learning with time set aside for each subject, and specially trained teachers for certain subjects. Public schools offer more curriculum opportunities for students while giving them a more diverse social education. Teachers in public schools are required to have specific credentials.
A major benefit for children in public schools is that they learn how to deal with real world situations that force them to effectively learn how to problem solve with their peers. They learn to read, write, and do math with distractions that one normally encounters in every-day life. Public school children learn through relationships rather than individual experiences. Students in public school are often better socialized than their homeschooled peers. Many people feel like children educated in the public school system are better prepared for college life when they graduate. There are a great many reasons why parents choose to educate their children through the public school system.
On the other hand, homeschooling is becoming more popular nationwide. Parents who choose homeschooling prefer...
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