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I wish I was homeschooled...

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My parents will never listen to me. No matter what I say, how I say it, or how right I am.

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I don't let school bother my education anyways.
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(04-21-2012 07:12 AM)LedoS Wrote:  I don't let school bother my education anyways.

I didn't until my dad took away my stuff. Sad

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(04-21-2012 07:15 AM)Dirtbikemike Wrote:  
(04-21-2012 07:12 AM)LedoS Wrote:  I don't let school bother my education anyways.

I didn't until my dad took away my stuff. Sad
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But ye, I'm still forced to go to school and nothing I can do about it, can't skip just like that.


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I'm showing this shit to my parents. I bet it's not gonna change anything, though.

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Saved. Anytime I mention homeschooling/unschooling I get baseless myths as an argument against it. I always try to tell them it isn't true, now I have a easy to read picture with sources.

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How come the public school test averages are all exactly 50%?

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Maybe that's why it's called 'average'? I dunno, that does look a bit odd to me too.

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And what unit is the maturity and daily living and shit measured in?

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Gee...Soul, I've been looking everywhere for disadvantages to homeschooling my kids when I'm older...yeh, I'm so desperate I've been looking here too. YOU ARE NOT HELPING.

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(01-09-2013 02:58 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Gee...Soul, I've been looking everywhere for disadvantages to homeschooling my kids when I'm older...yeh, I'm so desperate I've been looking here too. YOU ARE NOT HELPING.
Homeschooling takes time and money. Public schooling, if you play your cards right, takes neither. It just so happens that homeschooling is far superior to public schooling, but you can always argue that you don't have enough time or money to homeschool your kids.

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(01-09-2013 07:35 AM)DoA Wrote:  
(01-09-2013 02:58 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Gee...Soul, I've been looking everywhere for disadvantages to homeschooling my kids when I'm older...yeh, I'm so desperate I've been looking here too. YOU ARE NOT HELPING.
Homeschooling takes time and money. Public schooling, if you play your cards right, takes neither. It just so happens that homeschooling is far superior to public schooling, but you can always argue that you don't have enough time or money to homeschool your kids.

Wrong. In England, you're expected to 1)transport your spawn to school (gas money) and 2)Help them with homework (time).

I'd rather just do it myself to start with.

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(01-09-2013 07:45 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  
(01-09-2013 07:35 AM)DoA Wrote:  
(01-09-2013 02:58 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Gee...Soul, I've been looking everywhere for disadvantages to homeschooling my kids when I'm older...yeh, I'm so desperate I've been looking here too. YOU ARE NOT HELPING.
Homeschooling takes time and money. Public schooling, if you play your cards right, takes neither. It just so happens that homeschooling is far superior to public schooling, but you can always argue that you don't have enough time or money to homeschool your kids.

Wrong. In England, you're expected to 1)transport your spawn to school (gas money) and 2)Help them with homework (time).

I'd rather just do it myself to start with.
Do what the bad parents do - tell your kids to take a bus (and, if that's not possible, tell them to walk) and ignore everything they have to say about what they think of school and never offer to do their homework. There, no investment.

...You might disagree. But, hey. It's what my parents do here in America.

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(01-09-2013 07:56 AM)DoA Wrote:  
(01-09-2013 07:45 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  
(01-09-2013 07:35 AM)DoA Wrote:  
(01-09-2013 02:58 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Gee...Soul, I've been looking everywhere for disadvantages to homeschooling my kids when I'm older...yeh, I'm so desperate I've been looking here too. YOU ARE NOT HELPING.
Homeschooling takes time and money. Public schooling, if you play your cards right, takes neither. It just so happens that homeschooling is far superior to public schooling, but you can always argue that you don't have enough time or money to homeschool your kids.

Wrong. In England, you're expected to 1)transport your spawn to school (gas money) and 2)Help them with homework (time).

I'd rather just do it myself to start with.
Do what the bad parents do - tell your kids to take a bus (and, if that's not possible, tell them to walk) and ignore everything they have to say about what they think of school and never offer to do their homework. There, no investment.

...You might disagree. But, hey. It's what my parents do here in America.

And then get prosecuted when my teenager decides that they can skip since no-one's watching them? And deal with endless letters from the school, culminating in 'we are teh king. Non-involvement is child negelect haw-haw'?

Yeh....all that does is delay the gas cost.

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That doesn't seem to bother my parents. Just be the one to "prosecute" your kids if they don't like school or try to get away from it.

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(01-09-2013 08:20 AM)DoA Wrote:  That doesn't seem to bother my parents. Just be the one to "prosecute" your kids if they don't like school or try to get away from it.

Hmmm...there is grounding, I suppose. Legally though, the parent is the one prosecuted while the child must attend school, even if they're stronger than you, despite the fact that technically, a 10-year-old can get arrested!

Also, links please?

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Links to what?

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(01-09-2013 09:19 AM)DoA Wrote:  Links to what?

Sorry, Link. Link to this thread of yours, please?

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When did I say I have a thread?

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Why do you want a list of disadvantages?

One I can think of... normal homeschooling is basically school done at home, so it's all the same crap really. Unschooling is better, I think. Also, less time and money required for that. Or maybe more time. Totally depends on if your kids want your help with stuff or not. Razz

You can say 'no', of course. But just get someone else to help them with it then.

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(01-10-2013 12:27 AM)SoulRiser Wrote:  Why do you want a list of disadvantages?

One I can think of... normal homeschooling is basically school done at home, so it's all the same crap really. Unschooling is better, I think. Also, less time and money required for that. Or maybe more time. Totally depends on if your kids want your help with stuff or not. Razz

You can say 'no', of course. But just get someone else to help them with it then.

Because the idea is to make an informed decision?

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Aaah. Well, you'd probably have to wander around pro-school sites for that sort of thing. Actually, the #1 argument against homeschooling is usually something about socialization. You could try Googling that for a whole bunch of opinions and whatnot.

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Yep, but socilasation is a bull-shit arguement.

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indeed. i can't think of a better one though. Razz

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(01-12-2013 08:57 AM)SoulRiser Wrote:  indeed. i can't think of a better one though. Razz

You know, even when I go to college, there's a bigger gap in lessons than eleven months...and there's a much bigger gap than what...five years across the whole place.

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Pretty much. Homeschooling is simply far too superior to public schooling to so much as be comparable.

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(01-12-2013 11:35 AM)DoA Wrote:  Pretty much. Homeschooling is simply far too superior to public schooling to so much as be comparable.

Yep...

Of course, I would need to have kids first...

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