Where do you begin if you want to pull your 7-year-old daughter out of a charter school and homeschool her?
Give the reason to the teacher, principal and ask to withdrawal her and just do it. Go to the School Board and get info from them how to proceed with enrolling her in homeschooling. Go with your gut feeling. Try it out, you both may really like it. Look up on the internet all about homeschooling if you haven't already. Usually they have teachers that make homevisits, weekly outtings with other homeschoolers. It isn't as socially isolated as you may think. Since the school year has already started, the money side of it may take ????? long long time. But you can get the ball rolling yourself, and be positive, as kids reflect their parents attitudes usually, and go with the flow. Vw
I can't answer your question as framed. What are the facts surounding your decision/question? You or someone else? Given a willing parent, qualified available Online software and textbooks, a good syllabus, proper student motivation, I would offer Homeschool as first choice, but you may have access to a great public or charter school like KIPP programs or others.
In homeschool, a child is with someone who knows them. In public school, the teacher deals with many other students. In homeschool, the child learns at their own pace. In public school, it's either the smarter having to wait for the less smart to figure it out and learning less than they could, or the people that don't understand yet left confused as the teacher moves on. In homeschool, you can get help when you…