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Name: bunny | Date: Mar 8th, 2006 5:57 AM
lili exactly what experience do you have in homeschooling.. you should practice what you preach. Most kids are way smarter in homeschooling because teachers clearly don't do their job. I went from school to school including private schools they just don't give a crap. My parents are better to understand than any idiot teacher plus some kids are just more comfortable going to their parents.. and it's not like you can't get a tutor.. you are living in the dark ages 

Name: lili | Date: Mar 10th, 2006 11:26 PM
Do you know how many homeschoolers are currently attending Harvard or Yale or Brown? I do none. Do you know how many homeschoolers have been state attorney general or secretary of state? I do none. All things kids with public school educations have acomplished. Get the drift........ 

Name: Bib | Date: Mar 11th, 2006 9:15 AM
You have no idea what you're even saying homeschooled kids have gone to harvard and yale and have gone on to be attorneys but you don't know ANY homeschoolers so why are you even saying this? I know the Mayor of my hometown was homeschooled and he's gone on to be a senator so just shut up because you obviously have little education of homeschooling 

Name: lili | Date: Mar 13th, 2006 4:29 PM
Bib I said there are no homeschooled students in Yale or Harvard currently and I dare you to disprove that fact! The mayor of your town you claim is homeschooled, being a mayor of a small town is not exactly at the level of secretary of state now is it? But please give us the facts what town and what is his name so that I can verify that as well. Let's be serious here you guys do nor actually believe that you can teach your kids as well as trained professionals if thatwas the case why send them to highschool or collgege, why not homeschool all the way?? 

Name: Keekee | Date: Mar 13th, 2006 10:50 PM
um no offense lili but since your facts are completely wrong.. why do you care anyway??? I dare you to proove that there aren't any homeschooled kids going to Harvard or Yale.. they aren't the only Ivy league schools but you probobaly don't know that just because you don't go to Harvard or Yale doesn't mean your stupid. I notice you don't reply to anyone who's doing very well in homeschool. 

Name: . | Date: Mar 13th, 2006 10:52 PM
What teachers actually give a crap anyway? none of them teach at all. They just pick favorites and crap it's so idiotic. Parents at least teach what they know.. all public school kids do is read from the book I mean come on 


Name: Patti | Date: Mar 14th, 2006 1:35 AM
Actually, more and more colleges prefer to accept homeschooled students now, as they are more disciplined in their study habits, and are more well mannered.
There are several articles published to prove this fact. 

Name: UKillMeLove | Date: Mar 15th, 2006 3:11 AM
i like 

Name: Natalie | Date: Mar 20th, 2006 6:01 PM
i agree. i think homeschooling works for some people and not for others. I have been homeschooled almost my whole life. I however, do not like it very much. I am going to a public high school next year. But i think that homeschool works much better for some kids. 

Name: VJ | Date: Apr 11th, 2006 12:03 AM
Patti....I am going to start homeschooling my 5 year old and we are moving to alabama,I was wondering what homeschool you use so I could see if it would be right for my child. 

Name: Tracy | Date: Apr 11th, 2006 3:09 PM
VJ, your home is your homeschool! There are homeschool support groups, though. The best way to figure out how you will teach your child/children is to figure out their learning styles. I have one that is a self learner...he can read the material and run with it...then i have one that is hands-on...make it fun, go, do, etc. The balancing act is a bit challenging, but it what makes homeschooling so successful. They get a personal tutor that will invest hugely in them, and a program that is feed to them the way they learn best. I wish you the best...there are tons of resources to turn to for homeschooling, be sure to use them. 

Name: Tara | Date: Apr 12th, 2006 12:23 AM
Home schooling children doesn't do them any good because the parents aren't qualified to teach all the stuff teachers do, so home schooling sucks. 

Name: Tracy | Date: May 5th, 2006 4:22 PM
Tara, do me a favor...go do a research on your public school teachers. Find out how many years of education...and what kind...see if your teachers have had any education in what they are specifically teaching...i am sure you will be surprised at what you discover...report back after you have questioned them all...good luck... 

Name: Tracy | Date: May 5th, 2006 4:38 PM
Well, lili, I am sure I would college educate my kids if they went into the field of my education...but, neither of them want to go into nursing...
But, I have the ability to teach my children through high school...see, because I graduated. I am sorry you didn't learn enough in high school to be able to teach it. Maybe you shouldn't have socialized so much...lol
And by the way, the teachers are not teaching how to be a public school teacher (which is what they got their college education for)...basically, teaching is having a high school educated mind and an ability to work with children...aka parenting...lol
Now granted...some people don't do parenting too well...and they are usually your bad teachers...public school and homeschool...
Did Jesus go to college...hmm...and I know no single person with any equally or better rounded knowledge or teaching ability as He...so, the whole "professional" thing, you've lost my attention on, maybe try a public school forum...lol 

Name: Tracy | Date: May 5th, 2006 4:45 PM
P.S. Thank you public school teachers, whom love our children and do thier best to provide a safe, caring and educationally challenging environment for them...you are a rare find and will be greatly rewarded! You are the ones that make public schools successful...and struggle most to do the job expected of you~ 

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