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Although home schooling may have its benefits, a public school education provide a more efficient and effective environment for a student to learn and succeed.
Although both can provide a good quality education to their students, there are many differences between home school and public school. These differences can either hinder or improve a child’s way of learning and developing. If children find themselves to be distracted while being in a classroom with their peers then home schooling may be the right answer. If children find that they get easily side tracked while attempting to work alone then public schooling may be the right answer. So, although home schooling may have its benefits, a public school education provide a more efficient and effective environment for a student to learn and succeed. Back in the day parents decided to send their children to public schools for many different reasons. Some of these reasons are to build their children's social skills, to get their children out of the house, to give their children the education they did not have growing up. Because parents use to send their children to public school, public school is all some parents now even know, but home school education is on the rise. Since 1999 the number of home schooled children has increased by 75%. There are many reasons for this increase. Some of these reasons being a child's social skills, test scores, violence and religious reasons. Parents only want what is best for their children, but they need to decide whether a public school education or a home school education is best. One statement most people make when choosing public school over home school is that their children will develop better social skills being around people their own age. This statement could not be more wrong. When children are attending public school they are put through social test by their peers to gain social status; also known as popularity. If a child passes these social

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