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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I was home-schooled for two years. Mind you the years were primary education (3rd and 4th grade) and the situation dictated home school (only Americans on for 200 miles).

    I did well for it. I was already advanced in my education, thanks to great accelerated learning program. My bother and sister loved it as well. We got loads of one-on-one attention, and focused learning on our weak-spots.

    The down side was when we moved back to the States, and down-shifted to public school. We all suffered socialy for the change, while educationaly we all suffered the lack of attention. *shrug*

    I say go for it. But be aware that if they transfer to public school at any point, it could be painfull.