Yes homeschooled kids get better grades
They may be religious and feel school is not instilling proper values, or they may simply believe their children will learn better at home.
about 35 percent of the children worldwide are homeschooled
By being around other children such as going to school or being in some sort of sport. Children who are homeschooled do not have this opportunity.
No. Many Parents Home-school their children. Its Not a Requirement to go to school to learn you can be homeschooled.
Homeschooling is almost not existent in France. French pupils learn English and every other things at school.
No, children at public schools get better grades. They are taught by better "teachers" than their parents. The children at public schools have better oppurtunities to get into college. They have more experience and are heard from more than the isolated homeschooled kids. Students at public school get better amounts of time to study and get things done. Also, waking up early for public school trains children for when they get older and have to get up early for their jobs.
the most important thing a homeschooled kid could ever learn is how to socialize with other people other than his mom
The Duggars are homeschooled because they believe that God has given them the personal responsibility of training their children.
None. All colleges accept homeschooled students, and a large number actively attempt to recruit more homeschooled students.
Yes, children learn better if they can speak, but only because of the interaction.
He was not homeschooled. He was one of the first disabled children in Australia to be mainstreamed and attend public school.
They're jealous. why r they jealous
yes they are only some of them
baisicly, all the things you learn in normal high school.
Yes they were home schooled.
They might attend muggle schools (Harry, Hermione), or can be homeschooled (Ron).
That depends on what you mean - how many homeschooled children complete public/private high school, or how many complete homeschool high school? You can get a lot of answers to homeschooling questions at http://www.unschooling.com and http://www.homeedmag.com . To answer your question directly, just about every homeschooled child completes some form of high school or equivalent, and most go on to higher education. But a classroom is not the only place to learn.
im homeschooled not many people homeschool there children but i think they should!
Her mom wants her to learn the meaning of life
7 or when they learn how to make a Sammich.!