Homeschooling vs. Public School

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Homeschooling vs. Public School

Homeschooling vs. public school has been a public debate for quite a while now. Some parents choose homeschooling because of the protection their child gains and some choose public education because of the atmosphere. Most would claim that public schools aren’t teaching, less trying to create a religious fringe. However; both provide your child education but there are many advantages and disadvantages for both. When a child is homeschooled, parents naturally take a greater interest in their child’s progress and they have a better oversight of grades. A student that’s attending home school can work at their own pace without feeling rushed to complete assignments and the test score seems to be better. Parents who objected to certain materials on a moral basis are free to change for their own beliefs. For instance, if public school wants to teach about safe sex, acknowledging that your child is homeschooled, you can choose not to teach on that subject. Homeschooling parents and children are less likely to be confronted with violence or drug abuse. Most parents who home school their children are more likely to vote, attend meeting and volunteer. Homeschooled students don’t get exposed to bullies, peer pressure, or feel like they in competition with someone else. For the child; homeschooling provides the child emotional, physical and educational freedom where they can work at peace without aggravation. Everyone should know the benefits of Home school vs. Public school, and how it benefits you child. Both have advantages but Public school is better

Home-schooling and regular public schooling each has pros and cons. Public school is for anyone who wants to attend; there is normally a diversity of backgrounds amongst the student population in public schools. Public schools are funded through the government and tax payer’s money, so this is a decision for the parent if you want your child to...
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