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  • by zatoichi (4897) on 2004.08.26 10:50 (#33720) Journal

    There is good and bad in everything. I support homeschooling, I will be homeschooling my children but that doesn't mean that I think "everyone" should homeschool nor should some people who are now homeschooling be homeschooling.

    I do not think the government should be able to tell parents how to school their children though.

    • I support homeschooling, I will be homeschooling my children but that doesn't mean that I think "everyone" should homeschool nor should some people who are now homeschooling be homeschooling.

      I agree with that. It's a matter of parent choice, more than anything.

      I was reading something recently on a religious homeschooling mailing list, where a woman was upset that her sister-in-law had been saying ever since her children were born she was going to homeschool them, but was now taking steps to get them

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