[ให้ข้อความนี้อยู่ที่ด้านบนของกล่องขาเข้า] ถึง: firstname.lastname@example.org Introduction Public schooling and homeschooling have always been a competitive choice for the parent in recent years. They both obviously are very tough choices when it comes to a future of the kid. Their goals are the same as to provide a good education. The question is which one is better. The goal for both schooling system are the same, however homeschooling recently has been showing advantages in the student’s life, the study and the result.
Introduction: Homeschooling has been around longer than two hundred years but has recently became a ‘modern’ form of schooling about fifty or so years ago. In Webster’s dictionary the definition of homeschooling can be found as “the practice of teaching one 's own children at home, instead of sending them to school.” There can be many reasons why some parents make the discussion to keep their children at home instead of sending them to public or a private school. But, not everyone can do homeschooling. It
Compulsory education can be seen to have started with the Aztecs in 1500-1600 AD, where males were schooled until they were 16. This system has evolved to not only to include male students but to include all children less than 18 years. The value and delivery of education is analysed critically because many people cannot agree what is best for all children (Moreau, 2012). Parents have the right to decide what type of education their children have. They can choose many options but the two main ones
Home School versus Public School In our society, there are few things that are considered taboo to talk about due to passions of the different views, such as Religion and Politics. However, schooling is quickly becoming another taboo. The big debate on whether a Home School or Traditional School is best for children has been the source of many arguments. Each side of this debate has both pros and cons, but which one is truly best and why? Public school in America began in 1635, which focused on “
Moms are Changing the stay-at Home Landscape” Schenwar writes about homeschooling. Like their hippie and creationist colleagues, these new homeschoolers decry the morality of public education, which they see as steeped in sexism, racism, classism heterosexism, and elitism. They prefer a type of homeschooling called “unschooling,” in which parents act not only as teachers, but guide their children toward their own explorations. Now the feminist becomes a stay-at-home mother, who needs financial support