Homeschooling: Formal Education System

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Abstract We are basically conducting a research on homeschooling. In this education system a student is basically given education in his/her home by his parents or a tutor. Before introduction of the formal education system families used to taught their children in homes. Formal education system is although mostly used education system but homeschooling has grown in popularity and effectiveness over past few decades. There are many studies that favor homeschooling, focusing the good results of home schooled students. Other studies state that home schooled students are basically not social and their education level may get hurt due to their parents’…show more content…
Before the introduction of the formal education system education was done in this way. Even in many developed countries homeschooling is a legal alternative to public and private schools. In other nations it remains illegal or restricted to specific conditions as per “Homeschooling International status and statistics”. On average homeschoolers score at or above national average on standardized tests. Critics claim students lack social skills but on other hand studies have found that 98% of students have been accepted into many Ivy League universities. Studies of both homeschooling and formal education system have their own pros and cons. The method of home schooling also depends on the preference of the parents of the education…show more content…
NHERI is a great source for statistics and facts about home-based education. Homeschooling Books “So You’re Thinking about Homeschooling,” by Lisa Whelchel Former teen television star Lisa Whelchel trades on her experiences as a homeschooling mom in this overview. Whelchel visits 15 different families and offers 15 different views of what homeschooling looks like. It’s a good place to start if you happen to be thinking about homeschooling. “Home Learning Year by Year: How to Design a Homeschool Curriculum from Preschool through High School,” by Rebecca Rupp is there a “right” time to teach reading? What about arithmetic or foreign language? Rebecca Rupp offers a structured plan for what children should know—and how parents can teach them—for kids aged pre-K through twelfth grade. “The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12,” by Linda Dobson Looking to freshen things up? This book offers an array of fun activities for teaching (and learning) outside the classroom in subjects ranging from science and math to writing and

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